Global Warming Part 8022

PTR

Striker
With the way that parent companies own brands these days, 100 companies could be 71% of everything that's made. In total.
 

maygo

Winger
The environment is fucked lads, climate change is irreversible and those in charge seem to want to do fuck all about slowing it down. So let’s keep signing petitions, and voting for the same irresponsible fuckwits, while we enjoy the nice temperatures before the watta runs out/ floods the fuck out of the land
 

Kent_Mackem

Striker
The environment is fucked lads, climate change is irreversible and those in charge seem to want to do fuck all about slowing it down. So let’s keep signing petitions, and voting for the same irresponsible fuckwits, while we enjoy the nice temperatures before the watta runs out/ floods the fuck out of the land
The sad thing is that it could have been prevented
 

muggboots

Striker
Obviously climate change is a thing but there's a fair amount of scaremongering going on. It's hard for us non-scientists to discern the truth from fiction, but one things for sure, we're not all as doomed as some would have you believe...

You're right, just a few billion poor people.
 
Nowt to worry about. NASA is planning to construct a permanent base on the Moon which will lead to deeper exploration and settlement in our Solar system. Those that have raped this planet and acquired great wealth will soon abandon it and fuck off somewhere else leaving the rest of humanity to suffer the consequences. Private enterprise is seeing to that. Anyone on here got the means to buy a ticket on Virgin's shuttle to the Moon?


It was in 1970 that we knew that if we didn't stop chopping down the rainforests that within 5 years irreversible climate regime change would begin.

The oil companies have proved to be even more powerful that we could possibly imagined nearly 50 years ago.

'There's a danger of losing our tenure on this planet' - BBC Ideas

Obviously climate change is a thing but there's a fair amount of scaremongering going on. It's hard for us non-scientists to discern the truth from fiction, but one things for sure, we're not all as doomed as some would have you believe...


Patrick Moore (environmentalist) - Wikipedia
The problem is that most arable land for food production is coastal. Increased sea level will take a lot of that away. Also increased precipitation levels will wash more top soil away into the oceans. There may well be more arable land available in areas that have lost snow and ice, like Greenland and the Himalayas, good for growing pine trees for the logging companies that he is a lobbyist for.
 
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