Region: The Western Isles
Right, but that's just in my community. And that doesn't show the long term effects. Does our education start to fall because we have less oil money for our education, or do our roads start to crumble because we can't afford to keep them managed, or do families start to lose their homes because they lost the primary breadwinner or do our small businesses start to fall because all of their business from the pipeline is no longer there? I do understand that we have an obligation to save our planet from the horrors its already faced, especially since we are one of few nations who haven't, but I think before we forced companies to lay off their workers, we should have increased unemployment benefits and provided government sanctioned Healthcare.