Lookin’ for love – not to get fracked

Chris Wood has a parent’s perspective on planetary etiquette in his new Natural Security column: if you’re looking to date “his” planet, you better be ready to treat her right. An excerpt:

Blue MarbleThese eight simple rules — borrowed from an American sit-com — are addressed to any person (corporate or otherwise) who asks to take my planet out for a date at the mines, the oil well, or the multi-acre Walmart parking lot. By all means, have fun, kids. Come home with a tattoo and a stray dog you found in the street, if you like. Just follow these …

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