Do climate change activists do the cause more harm than good?

Do climate change activists do the cause more harm than good?
The Kingsnorth Climate Camp led to a flurry of activist actions in the South of England this week.
No, they help raise the profile of important issues
Yes, they make environmentalism seem like an extremist, fringe concern
Their activities don't have any real impact on the wider debate

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