The Daily Telegraph (U.K) reports on the continuing damage inflicted by “green” policies, which is forcing communities to cut funding for services in order to keep funding debunked “green” programs:
Councils that can’t afford libraries are still recruiting highly paid ‘sustainability’ officers
While local authorities cut millions of pounds from public services, their spending on ‘climate change’ continues apace, writes Christopher Booker.
…In Enfield, for instance, where a £6.5 million cuts programme is hitting libraries, children’s services and “vulnerable adults”, they are still happy to offer up to £63,000 a year for a Head of Sustainability to play “a lead role in managing the council’s low carbon commitment”. In Camden, where 1,000 staff are to lose their jobs in cuts of £35 million (and more libraries are to close), they can still spare £43,000 a year for a recruit to join the council’s “high-profile Corporate Sustainability Team” in helping Camden become “a low carbon borough”. In Walsall, where the council leader says that up to half of its 10,000 staff will lose their jobs (with six more libraries to close), they are still advertising for a Part-Time Regional Co-Ordinator of Low Carbon to receive £39,000 a year for a three-day week…