Thursday, 5 November 2015

Add your voice for climate change



When the world speaks with one voice, our leaders have to listen. Add your voice: http://bit.ly/1LKfAJg



Posted by Climate Reality on Tuesday, 6 October 2015
When the world speaks with one voice, our leaders have to listen. Add your voice: http://bit.ly/1LKfAJg

Unite together we stand strong! We own it to our children who inherit our planet. 

6 comments:

  1. Great video. I hope the leaders listen and act appropriately.

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  2. The horrifying impacts of climate change are definitely a nature’s way to indicate that the worse is yet to come. Human beings can be called ‘men of wisdom’ only if we are prepared and already taking action to save the world from such terrible effects of climate change.
    Thanks for posting this very important video Marja.
    Peggy xxxxxx

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  3. Hi Marja - we can certainly help ourselves ... especially as we know more and more about how the earth itself lives. The climate will always be changing - we may not help it - but we can't stop it ... we just need to make sure humans can adjust. Sitting here I was under water tens of millennia ago ... we have raised beaches up the coast and Beachy Head is made of sea creatures ... we just need to help ourselves understand what's happening and then adjust our life styles ... we can't stop it. We are each responsible ... take care - Hilary

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    1. This time it may tip over Here is climate change explained in 15 minutes (I couldn't do it better :) )
      https://youtu.be/pznsPkJy2x8

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  4. Woo hoo! The monitor for our main computer has been replaced, and I can now see what is on the screen much better.

    Well, I am firmly in the camp that believes that mankind has had little effect upon our current round of climate changes, but this should not mean that it is okay to keep wasting natural resources and polluting our planet. For great damage is most definitely being done (even if only on a limited basis).

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  5. It never ceases to amaze me that with millions of pages of data confirming human actions are the reason for climate change that some are blissfully happy to live with their heads buried in the sand. If some of these climate deniers want to win the Nobel prize they should release their data proving the burning of fossil fuels does nothing to the planet. The main reason none of the deniers will ever win a Nobel prize is that all unbiased and independent data confirms we humans are destroying the planet.

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