Slack Tide wrote:Long Gone.....
I don't think anyone is suggesting that you can eliminate your footprint on the environment, but "going green" has become a dirty word to selfish people who would rather believe that we are past the point of no return (hmmmmm, 2LonGone???).
Why do you still leave your diesel running at the 7-11?
Why don't you just separate your recyclables, you know it helps?
Why not get an on demand water heater the next time your blows? Do you really need 60 gallons of hot water reheating all day while you are at the bar?
So many little things that add up to a lot.
Even if global warming really turns out to be a natural swing shift, these things will save you money, keep things clean, limit waste etc...
What's the problem?
I'm just stunned that you cant even get some people to admit that we contribute to the effects? Is it because it will contradict their investments in Big Oil?
Forget trying to discuss solutions, just drive your self crazy trying to get them to say that it's real....
Obliviously there are actions that we as a human race perform that affect the environment
dudejcb wrote:That may well be true. So what?dakotashooter2 wrote:Many scientist also claim that a single event like Mt St Helens can negate ANY efforts the human race makes in a single year to attempt to reverse global warming.
That doesn't unburden us from that for which we are responsible, it just makes it more important.
aunt betty wrote:It's a global issue and ... Wealthy companies will do what they have to do, and go where they have to go to get their bottom lines in the black. THIS is the real issue, at least in our country (USA).
As soon as people realize what American Companies have done to avoid being 'clean' we'll be making some progress towards a cleaner, cooler planet.
It's against the law for me, as a U.S. citizen to travel to a foreign country to do something that's illegal in the United States. Let's make this universal and make it apply to Companies and Corporations as well. We need to pass a law that states that all products imported by the U.S.A. be held to the same pollution standards as they are in the U.S.A.
THAT's BIG! Now stand up and YELL!
JuniorPre 360 wrote:Does anyone read Waterforl and Retreiver Magazine? For some reason I got a free issue of it yesterday and noticed an article on "Climate Change." Might be worth reading into now that a duck hunting source agrees.
waterfowlman wrote:It was just recently discovered that 50 million years ago Antarctica was a tropical rain forest. I'll bet those few folks down there wouldn't mind a little global warming.
Earth has been undergoing some pretty radical climate changes for hundreds of millions of years and there is nothing the human race can do to change that fact.
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