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Re: Climate Change

2 months ago

They are quite clearly not leaders in human rights, but their work on renewable energy cannot be contested.

With the growth they are going through, they have little choice really.


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Re: Climate Change

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"Make America Great Again!"

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Re: Climate Change

2 months ago

OK, and?
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Re: Climate Change

1 month ago

A bit long but very good discussion between one scientist and climate skeptics.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JmptSCkAgw

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Re: Climate Change

1 month ago

Some people are not taking this thing seriously. We all just have to start with ourselves. Is it too hard for people to throw their trash in the proper bins and not mindlessly throw it somewhere on the street? Of course, having the governmental support will be a big step. We should all be conscious of our actions if we want to preserve this world for the next generations.

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Re: Climate Change

1 month ago

Shell produced climate change video back in 1991...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTmS0exb7r8

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Re: Climate Change

1 month ago

Some people are not taking this thing seriously. We all just have to start with ourselves. Is it too hard for people to throw their trash in the proper bins and not mindlessly throw it somewhere on the street? Of course, having the governmental support will be a big step. We should all be conscious of our actions if we want to preserve this world for the next generations.
While individual effort might affect a little, it won't be enough if government and buisenesses do not change.

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Re: Climate Change

1 month ago

The indirect link of climate change and terrorism.

http://time.com/4113801/climate-change-terrorism/

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Re: Climate Change

1 month ago

Some people are not taking this thing seriously. We all just have to start with ourselves. Is it too hard for people to throw their trash in the proper bins and not mindlessly throw it somewhere on the street? Of course, having the governmental support will be a big step. We should all be conscious of our actions if we want to preserve this world for the next generations.
While individual effort might affect a little, it won't be enough if government and buisenesses do not change.
perfectly true, the government should see the effort that some of the individuals make and they should spread the advocacy as a whole. I know that the UN and other organizations are doing those already. Sadly, most people are just ignoring it. :( :x

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Re: Climate Change

1 month ago

Why climate change researchers are freaking out

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhiDcrUxq5I

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Re: Climate Change

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Some people are not taking this thing seriously. We all just have to start with ourselves. Is it too hard for people to throw their trash in the proper bins and not mindlessly throw it somewhere on the street? Of course, having the governmental support will be a big step. We should all be conscious of our actions if we want to preserve this world for the next generations.
While individual effort might affect a little, it won't be enough if government and buisenesses do not change.
One individual effort means little. 60 million individual efforts means a lot more.

But government efforts will move things much more. Currently the UK recycles 43%, the EU targets 50% by 2020. Really, we could do a lot more, but many local authorities don't have the facilities to recycle things that can be recycled. Tetra packs and many types of plastic for example.
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Re: Climate Change

3 weeks ago

I found it bizarre that somehow politicians is not fluent in any other science except the science of climate change.


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