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[ 0 ] (0%)
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[ 4 ] (19%)
I recycle
[ 9 ] (42.9%)
Extinction Rebellion
[ 7 ] (33.3%)

Total Members Voted: 21

Topic: The TalkBack Climate Debate (Read 1890 times) previous topic - next topic
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Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #105
All very true; our shift from manufacturing to a service based economy has simply exported pollution to other countries.

Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #106
We're looking at getting solar panels at work, so all will be fine.

Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #107
According to the latest scientific reports we have until 2050 and then we are buggered.

 https://www.cbsnews.com/news/new-climate-change-report-human-civilization-at-risk-extinction-by-2050-new-australian-climate/

I will be roughly 80.  I guess I was lucky to be born in 1970.



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Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #110
Have you had a chance to read it through yourself yet?


Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #112
I haven't yet had a chance to read through this myself, but I'd be interested to know what people think, especially @jp as it's your area of speciality.
 
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A Labour government should ensure that land is available for everyone who wants to grow food.

Sounds like a good idea, if we are not going to be able to easily import it.

 

Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #114
I've read the summary - it's all a bit commie for me

Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #115

Yes but you have no hair which automatically makes you a right wing nazi so therefore your opinion is null and void.





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Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #117
Communal activity is the only option.

Nobody's solving this unilaterally .

I'm not washing your smalls, no matter how nicely you ask, ok?


Re: The TalkBack Climate Debate

Reply #119
George Monbiot is one of the authors and in his Guardian column last week gave an introduction to the report, for those without the necessary time to read the full report:

Monbiot in the Guardian