Dinosaurs ruled the earth for a long time. Will we?
The cats love to watch the hypocrisy of governments, all claiming they will take action to prevent a rise in global temperature, but none willing to actually take the necessary actions.
Of course, there are always a few individuals willing to go off the grid, go solar, ride bicycles, never travel to foreign lands, but there are not enough of them to make the slightest difference to rising temperatures.
COP26 is the 26th meeting to talk about climate change and decide what to do.
Most people don’t want to make changes to their lifestyle, so are relying on science to fix global warming. Yet they don’t trust science on other issues.
We don’t seem very good at preventing Global Warming. Perhaps we should focus on adapting to Climate Change?
The cats don’t believe we are capable of preventing Global Warming.
Many of us are concerned about protecting the environment. As long as it doesn’t prevent us doing what we want to do.
Okay this is not really about destroying villages, but about the desire to deny that global warming is happening.
The Presidency of the U.S. will (hopefully) change peacefully in two days. But the problem of authoritarian, anti-democratic leaders is not going away.
Democracy doesn’t always work well when there are big problems, and powerful vested interests resisting change. To understand why problems don’t get addressed, it’s always worth asking Cui Bono? Who benefits from the status quo? Whether the benefit is money, power, or status.
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Some people wonder why wildfires are fought at taxpayers’ expense.