The Question: Has apathy overtaken urgency in the debate on climate action?
Not quite apathetic but not proactive, either ... whilst images like these don't foster a sense of urgency any more, we still need to take measures to prevent any further environmental damage from occuring.
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Since: Dec 10
#1 May 19, 2012
No because using common sense, most of us know we don't have a hope in hell of stopping industry or government support of that industry and their polluting and there is also the fact that if miracles happened and we were successful in stopping their pollution, what happens if it isn't the cause?...
I for one don't believe it is responsible for climate change....
Now I don't think some of the pollution isn't affecting humans and their health, but the carbon tax is just that, another tax for the government to make it look like it is doing something when it really isn't and could care less
They will endeavor to tax the polluters who will pay it and keep on polluting,then they will pass those costs onto the consumer..either either industy keeps polluting and the government gets a new tax from the people win, win for government and industry....go figure!
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