DO YOU THINK THAT WE ARE DOING ENOUGH TO CONTROL THE CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE?
I don't think so, all we care for is more and more industrialization and more consumption of primary products without any regard to the effects on mother nature.
We have not even come close to breaking new ground in the fight against climate control or damaging the planet! There are so many things still going into the landfills that don't need to be there, there are far too many fume spewing cars on the road, far too many factories that are spewing still more emissions into the air and poisons into the water. We have stripped the earth of trees and plants that help fight off the pollution we have created. We have ruined species of animals that will never come back from extinction. There are so many aspects of this question that can't be covered in one simple answer! A simplified answer would be, "not even close!"
No. The forces of evil (big oil, big coal, big electric power) are doing everything they can to accelerate climate change.
And the evil ones support the Republicans and the Tea Party. We need a strong leader to stand up against the corporate barons and make it clear we can have sustained economy without burning fossil fuels excessively.
Bring back HEMP! It can produce fossil fuels (with little greenhouse gas emissions), produce 25,000 products including plastics, and is good for the environment. It can produce three crops in one year, protect the soil and make it more fertile, and there is no need for fertilizers and pesticides.
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