We cannot rely on market forces and corporate goodwill to defend us from catastrophe. We should vote for parties – in this case Green or Labour – that allow us to make collective decisions about our common interests, leading to democratic intervention. No one has the right to choose whether or not to destroy our lives.
You’re trying to change how people act. The only effective way, the only way that works with us humans, is to change the incentives people face within markets.
Sure, I disagree with most to near all of the analysis that we face a significant problem in the first place. But the least you can do is get the underlying basics right. We simply don’t have any other method, other than market forces suitably adjusted, to get things done. Get anything done that is.
Change prices and we’d be done. Don’t change them and we never will be.