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Right's green dream

Faster, Smarter, Greener. The Future of the Car and Urban Mobility
In line with climate change and rising environmental crises, the need for change is recognized. The question is what this implies.

I am among those who have assumed that adjusting the course must mean that we limit ourselves, seek values ​​other than the logic of eternal growth. To get there, a transformation of our society is needed. The green movement originated within such a horizon, and has long waited for the world to realize that modernity's demands for growth-based progress are not the path to a better future.

So far one has waited in vain. Instead, within the horizon of the crisis, a powerful discourse has emerged, described as “organic. . .

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Svein Hammer
Hammer is a dr.polit. in sociology and regular reviewer in Ny Tid.

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