Michelle Fields of PJ Media came across Robert F. Kennedy Jr. during the climate march in New York City. Things started to get testy however, when Fields asks Kennedy if he would consider not using his car or his cell phone in order to “lead by example.”
“It starts by changing the laws, rationalize the marketplace, so that we reward the most efficient forms of energy use and we punish the bad ones,” Kennedy responded.
“I don’t believe that we have to reduce our quality of life in order to have a rational free market, in order to stop the use of carbon or to divorce ourselves from a fuel that is destroying our planet. What we need to do is change the laws. It’s much more important to change your politician than it is to change your lightbulb, your cellphone, or your automobile,” he continued.
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