Like them, we embrace the “sin” of employing data in aid of a proactive public policy that fosters a sustainable and equitable planet. We urge all Canadians to do the same.
I think they hit the nail on the head by comparing proactive public policy (often considered "social engineering" by the political right as though windshield wipers, organized waste collection/removal and inoculations were bad things) as sinful.
Original Sin, after all, was biting into the apple of knowledge. That sin led to the expulsion from paradise. What better metaphor could there be for the development of theory of mind and a sense of isolation from the world we live in?
Reactive vs Proactive. Understanding and dealing with root causes vs whacking whatever mole is in front of you. Fear vs hope.
There's a reason I keep telling people mental health is about more than just illness.