The global news article below is better than most but is still somewhat biased and makes several assumptions. Sadly both sides of the rapid climate change and many other current and important discussions use exaggeration, propaganda and rely on false or misleading information, narrow focus and limited stats or data to try and prove their point.
There needs to be more balanced viewpoints that rely on unbiased or least biased science, data, stats and information that will garner the majority of support so we can move forward instead of being manipulated, divided and with inadequate progress.
In many articles there is information that is right or left but few center focused. This and most importantly what else is deliberately missing is the biggest issue.
Can we minimize and adapt to the impacts of a rapid climate change quickly and effectively without sending our economies into recessions or depressions.
Is there bloated bureaucracy, incompetence, inefficiency, self and special interest serving (vs public interests), unethical influence and corruption in our politics, all levels of government and our judiciary which is resulting in the majority of government revenue being wasted, misued or worse?
Is this leaving little left to investigate or deal with rapid climate change, environmental cleanup from resource extraction, energy research and technology plys other important public interests?