I agree with the sentiment, but not the conclusion.I got to post 87 and have now given up.
I do the same sort of work as Joe Public used to (before he saw sense and left to run his shop), therefore my job involves trying to design more energy efficient buildings and assisting our clients in complying with legislation linked to the governments energy targets. However I do not subscribe blindly to the global warming lobby.
It's not that I disagree that it is happening, it may well be, and I think the 95% certainty level as identified in the latest reports is probably about right. My concern is that we all seem to be completely missing the point.
Climate change is not the real issue and I will explain why;
The reason we have to reduce the rate of fossil fuel consumption as much as possible is that it will buy time to develop and commission realistic alternative energy sources, the most important of which will probably be fusion based.
That might take 50, 100, 150 years, who knows.
In the meanwhile we need to survive on existing technologies and resources, and save energy wherever possible, every last one of us. We could start by closing down the PF.