The Real Tipping Point?
Has push come to shove?
The Guardian is reporting that voters think the environment is more important than the economy. Of course it is as you can't breathe money and you can't make money if you have asphyxiated, but there is an annoying tendency to think of the environment as an abstract worthy issue (like heritage or the arts) rather than a physical necessity.
Has the breakthrough been made? Or did they just ask the right question?