Letters | Engaged youth offer hope in climate change fight
- The dinosaur electorate that has voted a series of pollution-promoting, complicit and complacent governments into high office is on its last legs
To me, human existence has for too long been analogous to a cafeteria line-up. It consists of a diverse, societally representative people all adamantly arguing over who should be at the front and who should be at the back.
Many of them also argue over who should get the last piece of pie and how much they should have to pay for it.
In contrast, the dinosaur electorate that for decades has voted a series of pollution-promoting, complicit and complacent governments into high office is gradually dying off. This will make way for more people-minded voters and thus a far more healthy planet.
Frank Sterle Jnr, British Columbia