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Global warming why.....?

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#21 by tasman1 » Sat Apr 01, 2017 03:34

BouldRake wrote: India pollutes about one tenth as much as the USA. Brazil pollutes about an eighth as much as the USA. China about half as much as the USA.

The USA is the highest polluter in the world except the oil field countries the USA imports all it's oil from, and Australia.

Blaming poor countries is a feel good myth for rich white countries. It only works at all if you fail to adjust per capita.



One of biggest polluter per capita....Australia , around 4.5 times more than China
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#22 by Arvind9 » Sat Apr 01, 2017 03:35

Nowdays governments are put in place by Industrialists the media does the job people elect the government that industralist have helped so naturally there is no rule or law for the industry they dont even have to pay taxes.
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#23 by BouldRake » Sat Apr 01, 2017 03:42

tasman1 wrote: One of biggest polluter per capita....Australia , around 4.5 times more than China


At least Australia has an excuse - it costs a fortune (in money as well as carbon) to transport anything into or out of Australia. They're mid table if you take out the shipping figures.
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#24 by hyldig » Sat Apr 01, 2017 03:50

All other countries have had same problem once . The compagnies will resist but turn around . If the tax and fine money are spent on the people the media will back up the politicians and the compagnies will lose in the end . The compagnies will still keep financing the politicians to get benefits . It will be a long hard process , but many other countries have already been through it .
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#25 by tasman1 » Sat Apr 01, 2017 04:55

hyldig............. If the tax and fine money are spent on the people the media will back up the politicians and the compagnies will lose in the end


yep money will be spend on the people.............on rich people not poor
what kind of dream you dream
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#26 by greengarden » Sat Apr 01, 2017 08:50

Climate change is already having serious and costly effects on people. My spouse & I just celebrated our 10th year (28 Mar 2017) of simple living in our small home garden where we continue to preserve its natural beauty and peaceful surroundings. Discipline is the key to maintain the beauty of God’s creation.
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#27 by rajukurup » Sun Apr 02, 2017 06:25

Arvind9 wrote: Nowdays governments are put in place by Industrialists the media does the job people elect the government that industralist have helped so naturally there is no rule or law for the industry they dont even have to pay taxes.

had this been taken seriously by most countries pollution would be reduced to half hope for the best
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#28 by praveenin » Tue Apr 04, 2017 06:09

It is because of the growth of vehicles, cutting trees, depletion of resources etc, and mailny because of the industries. Man is the Main cause for all these, including me. :(
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#29 by lotoole » Tue Apr 04, 2017 10:55

hyldig wrote: With the huge caddle and pig farms most of the Methane could easy be used to make Methane fuel . In the end there would be a small profit to make for these huge farms to make by doing it and it would reduce polution . It is the huge production of manure that gives the Methane and it is easy to convert into Methane fuel .

According to what I've read, cow manure does not cause methane. It actually comes from cows burping. Isn't that crazy? So now there are heavily funded research projects underway to produce cows that don't burp!

I say forget the research into burpless cows and just push people along to a meat free diet. That would solve a lot of problems.
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#30 by valerie » Tue Apr 04, 2017 11:40

Yeah, people are going to need to learn that life does not consist of eating 24/7 and everything on the market.

Today many say you should eat several meals and snacks per day. To eat smaller amounts but to eat like 5
meals/times a day plus snacks. I think that is lame. :lol:
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#31 by rajukurup » Thu Apr 06, 2017 11:22

If man does not control his instinct of food it is the future generation that is going to suffer and global warming adding more impact to it so lets strive to protect the earth by preserving the natural resources
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#32 by pindokhan123 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 11:39

people should live off the grid more,stay healthy,eat fresh and natural resources should be used where possible.

i guess its very difficult for many ppl to live a very simple life now because they have had it so good and easy for a longtime now,had computers and phones not been invented no one would have known any different but coz they are part of everyone's life now its hard to let go.

its just like anything in life,once you get used to it and see the benefits of it,its hard to live without it.
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#33 by dutch1898 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 13:02

We need more people like Anatoliy Yunitskiy from Belaruse
who has worked for 38 years to bring to reality a transportation
system that saves energy,costs less to build and leaves little or
no carbon foot print.SkyWay is the future that is here now.
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#34 by Marcel-R6 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 13:47

Global warning translates into "too little, too late".
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