Duelling think tanks, on a flatlining planet....
The CATO Institute, spawner of the denier movement and of all mean things Koch-able, is a powerhouse in the think tank business worldwide.
(And man oh man is it ever a business.
In most think tanks it provides steady, pensionable, profitable employment for wannabe academics who can't get tenure or peer-reviewed publication. A first rate sort of home for the second rate sort of thinker....)
And I can't think of an organization more worthy of being called the skygod of all skygods - the denier of deniers on all the biological and material limits that humanity must face up to and deal with.
By contrast,Brian Czech's CASSE , the Centre for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy ,is virtually unknown outside a relatively small circle of friends and supporters ( albeit friends like David Suzuki and Herman Daly !)
I couldn't even seem to find it on Wikipedia, normally a fount of information on all things obscure.
(I might try seeing it I can edit a token bit about CASSE for Wikipedia and rely on the good will and bad bile of regular wikipedia editors to do it up right.)
But CASSE would seem the natural choice for becoming the planet's leading green think tank.
This is because the advocating a steady state economy is the ONLY thing that truly divides real Green parties from the pro-environment 'greenish' wings of the other parties who remain stubbornly and foolheartedly pro-bloat.
Any party or individual that advocates perpetual growth is really preparing mentally to abandon the Earth, once it is raped to resource-exhaustion, for other worlds.
But CASSE really seems to deserve the title of Earthling of the Earthlings.
Please support it - sign its petition and live and think and talk up a steady state economy.
Be 100% green - not 1% green.
Because 1% of anything might make you rich, but it won't make you happy....