I tend to agree and whilst the skeptics annoy me and I am certain man-made
climate change is a reality, it's just a symptom of the ever increasing
recklessness with which we are treating our earth. However the constant debate
about it has been exploited to obscure what we really need to do, which is to
protect our environment and its diversity. I fear it's way too late, but anyone
with any interest in the future of our planet should be doing what they
feasibly can, whether it's voting green, donating to conservation or simply
carrying out voluntary work. Our politicians must be brought to account for the
insanity of what they are allowing to happen while others get on with whatever
else can be achieved. We can't save everything, but there must be a point at
which some kind of equilibrium is reached, maybe even some improvement. And the
point should be made, in any discussion, at any level.
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> On 22 Oct 2013, at 9:31 pm, "Geoff Hutchinson" <> wrote:
> I am sick and tired of hearing about Climate Change.
> The climate has been changing forever and will continue to do so.
> It is POLLUTION (the reduction of) that the Climate Change experts should be
> calling out for.
> Carbon is one of them, but plastic will kill us and all the creatures first.
> This is not a scientific observation it is a personal observation.
> Geoff Hutchinson
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