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Why has action on climate change stalled?


Nobody seems to ay attention to this topic anymore. Why do you think we seem to have forgotten all about it?

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LauraGT says

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Sid Kemp (SidKemp) says

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    Benson Brock 4 years ago

    It is difficult to agree that the nuclear threat recedes while the nuclear radiation leak from Japan effects our weather at this moment. The weather situation appears to be a spiraling instance of negative occurences pertaining to human exsitence.


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Mary (Mary Stuart) says

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    Benson Brock 4 years ago

    Who knows what might have been locked in the ice shelfs for thousands of years that is being released on our world? Maybe because the love of men and brotherhood has waxed cold, the icecaps are melting.

    http://hubpages.com/education/232012

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Alan (jonnycomelately) says

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  • Larry Wall 4 years ago

    I will do a hub on this tomorrow. But quickly, Exxon lost a suit to clean up a pipe yard. Millions of dolloars, lots of talk about workers being exposed to radiation. Landowner won, workers got nothing, still no cleanup. That is one of many examples.


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    Sustainable Sue 4 years ago

    They're at least catching on that water and energy efficiency in their buildings can save them a lot in bills (lol). Businesses are usually better at conserving than homeowners, as a whole. But then . . . you're talking about Big Coal, I'm sure.


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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 2 years ago

    If someone presents falsified evidence, then rejecting the assertion would seem to be denial. But a well-funded fraud by people who stand to make $Trillion$ can seem real when it isn't.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=YtevF4B4RtQ

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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 2 years ago

    Well said, Attikos. AGW isn't dead yet. We need to spread the word, but the globalists are using their $Trillion$ to attack on every imaginable front. Even the scam of "sustainability" is gaining traction, turning good into evil.

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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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  • Larry Wall 2 years ago

    For the record, the Rockefeller trust was broken up decades ago. All the Exxon companies are publicly owned. We are going through a period of climate change. Global warming by itself is not the issue. Finally, I do not put a lot of faith in You Tube.

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    MazioCreate 4 years ago

    Ah daFuj, you sound a little jaded by government and their decisions. Great comment.

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    watergeek 2 years ago

    I agree. And the odd thing is, if governments had given more support to emerging technologies that mitigate climate change a long time ago, we could've had thriving renewables industries that would have lightened the economic crisis we ended up with.


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  • Larry Wall 4 years ago

    Michele, I suspect you are referring to the lobbyists who make political campaign donations. Industry does give money to candidates and their Political Action Committees as the law allows but so does every other special interest group.


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Larry Wall says

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    Doc Snow 4 years ago

    With all due respect, Mr. Wall, you are wrong. The case has been made abundantly.


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    Doc Snow 4 years ago

    It's referred to by both terms, as it has been since the 1970s. "Climate change" is becoming more prevalent since more than temperature is affected; likely the worst effects will be on precipitation-related--increases in both drought and flooding.


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