Richard Smith responds to claims that green technology, green taxes, eco-conscious shopping and the like could align profit-seeking with environmental goals. He demonstrates that maximizing profit and saving the planet are inherently in conflict. No amount of tinkering with the market can brake the drive to global ecological collapse.
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