The hot and sticky weather coinciding with a busy spell does not make for a good temper or considering things coolly. It might result in a rant that is wrong or something that on careful consideration and a modicum of research was better not said.
So a link will have to do and the one chosen is interesting. It is George Monbiot in the Guardian, who again, you may like or hate him, at least he writes clearly. This one is about the environment and what he feels are the insanities of the present.
It is also about short termism at its worst, the present scale of lobbying at its worst and some of the unintended consequences at their worst. The picture above is Renoir's "Pont Aven", we camped there once.
Try not to get hot and bothered if you read it.