How should social network comments be moderated in the USA? With Florida governor Ron DeSantis signing a bill that would prohibit tech platforms from suspending or banning political candidates, how should should social network comments be moderated in the USA?
We should not expand nuclear capabilities since we have no proper ways to get rid of the waste. We can't keep the waste in containers because one little natural disaster and all of that radioactive scrap will be unleashed causing catastrophic disaster. Look at Japan and Chernobyl, its been years after the Fukushima meltdown and the Japanese government still hasn't figured out what do with all the waste, and the 35 year anniversary of the Chernobyl meltdown passed recently and the environment still has not recovered and most likely never will.
Alternative energies are more efficient for the United States. People assume fossil fuels to be more efficient due to them being more widely used, but the reason they are more widely used is due to long-term contracts with utilities, mining companies, and energy producers. Fossil fuel is only one resource, but naturally there are multiple like hydro, solar, and wind. Solar and onshore wind are already the cheapest resources, costing less than gas, geothermal, coal, and nuclear. Not to mention switching to renewable would effectively cut down on green house gases.
You can't be all things to all people. It is unrealistic to think we will make this the edgy, hipster, yuppie community that the new comers want while also protecting the history and character that the long-time residents charish. There is also a white face to this "development" effort that looks very different from the long time residents. We may be able to compromise and get something that we all feel is progress and better for the majority of the people - but we need to stop kidding ourselves into believing that we will be able to keep the city the same... and evolve it for a new type of resident.
It will be difficult to do, but it is possible. This will require the community working together and continuing to explore multiple options. We also can't just use the single over-simplified lense of increasing jobs and decreasing poverty. This could result in gentrification and pushing out low income families without improving their lives. We need to balance job growth and attracting employers with investment in low-income, rent controlled housing for long-time residents as well as upskilling and job training to give lower income residents and hand up.