You do realize that a compromise hasn’t been viable for over 20 years. Even the countries with the most strict of cut back to carbon emissions still fall far short of what scientists say we need to get the climate not running away. The three biggest producers of carbon emissions are not your lightbulbs, cars or cheese burgers. It’s company's that straight up ignore the ecological impact of their unsustainable business practices, then lobby against bills that could potentially cut into their shareholders pockets, and making propaganda that is saying it’s the every day person who pays the price for said regulations. I mean it’s pretty obvious this socioeconomic structure we have is not going to last much longer, the stock market has been on life support for more than a decade. And people have either decided they don’t care enough to change or don’t trust anyone enough to give them support. It’s mind boggling that some people don’t have the ability to look at the past and see that these organizations like the FDIC, FDA and EPA were put in place with the public’s safety in mind. But thanks to political corruption and partisan politics these people are able to make changes with out a need for approval and gut these government agencies indiscriminately.