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We are washing away the foundations of our existence on every front. It is high time we move from crashing about on the planet like a bull in china shop and find a way to go forward with intent. We must find systems of living based on sustainability. The systems and tools exist, it is up to each of us to adopt them.
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Wednesday, 2 December 2009
The 7 Things Scientists Want You to Know About Climate Change.
99% of Climate scientists and 84% of all scientists agree, if that isn't consensus to you I've got a bridge in Brooklyn I'd like to sell you.
Check out detail on the 7 points over at Care 2 Causes.
1. Greenhouse gas emissions are surging:
2. Recent global temperatures demonstrate human-based warming:
3. Melting of ice-sheets, glaciers and ice-caps is accelerating:
4. Rapid Arctic sea-ice decline:
5. Sea-levels are rising more than predicted:
6. By delaying action, we risk irreversible damage:
7. Peak carbon needs to happen soon: