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  1. Rory Short November 23, 2012 at 11:31 am |

    Milton Catelin’s words indicate that he recognises social inertia as a fact of life, which it is, and that he is personally highly unlikely to join this list because he is not of a mind to try to attempt to shake it up. Whereas the people on this list, I would think, are generally advocates of fundamental change.

    1. Ian Angus November 23, 2012 at 11:58 am |

      Social inertia isn’t just a fact of life — it is consciously created. Catelin and his clients are among the foremost promoters of inaction. They actively resist change, in order to continue profiting from both poverty and emissions.

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