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Global warming, is it our fault ?

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#1 granpa


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Posted 04 May 2019 - 07:59 AM

On a planet that is allegedly heading for terminal global warming in the next decade according to Attenborough, are we to blame or is it the start of yet another Ice Age event in a natural cycle? I shudder listening to the proposals the want implementing to delay this event, ultra efficient homes, electric vehicles, windfarms on every horizon, all this while the rest of the world continues to erase forests and pump out pollution every second of every day, remembering aviation will be exempt from any changes. Will it happen, not long ago they were worried about a hole in the ozone layer, heard nothing since

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Posted 04 May 2019 - 09:14 PM

Climate is cyclic.  Anything that we do will have minimal effect and cost billions.  Also the U.K is one of the best in the world on emissions, and beats the other E.U countries.  Yes, we can work for better efficiency and lower costs but many of the things suggested will improve things very little.

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