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    Re: Students around the world go on strike protesting climate change

    Quote Originally Posted by marke View Post
    Public school teacher supporter of GW propaganda to students: 'Children, if we do not convince the government to immediately begin spending trillions of dollars on climate change we will all die within 12 years. So go out there and find TV cameras to get in front of and protest your hearts out against government hesitancy to go into deep dept chasing little chicken rainbows.'
    The evidence is so overwhelming that even fossil fuel companies and federal agencies under Trump have to acknowledge the urgent need for action.

    Climate emergency: what the oil, coal and gas giants say | Environment | The Guardian

    Fourth National Climate Assessment

    While you deniers can't show a single scientific report from federal agencies under Trump or during Bush eight years that disprove the urgent need for actions.

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    Young people all across the world are organizing and making their voices heard.

    "More than a million young people have turned out for global student strikes that are also driving home the connections between climate change and social injustice, economic inequality and human rights. Young climate leaders around the world are rising to the challenge, seizing the opportunity of these strikes to raise their voices in a collective call for greater ambition in defense of the vulnerable and at-risk communities most impacted by unchecked climate change.

    Unimpressed with political soundbites and platitudes, these young people are refusing to settle for anything less than transformational change, informed by recent scientific reports that find that we have just over a decade to halve our global greenhouse gas emissions."


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    Re: Students around the world go on strike protesting climate change

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    The evidence is so overwhelming that even fossil fuel companies and federal agencies under Trump have to acknowledge the urgent need for action.

    Climate emergency: what the oil, coal and gas giants say | Environment | The Guardian

    Fourth National Climate Assessment

    While you deniers can't show a single scientific report from federal agencies under Trump or during Bush eight years that disprove the urgent need for actions.
    While Gore was jet-setting around the globe on gas guzzling ozone-destroying climate and location changing private planes, warning everyone of his view of impending immediate global warming flood disasters facing place like NYC, fsimply went on as usual as little chicken climate change alarm clocks rang themselves silly and then broke - repeatedly.

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    Data, Satellite Photos Expose Climate Activist’s Lies. Facts: Sahara Shrinking, Arctic Ice Robust, Lake Chad Growing

    By P Gosselin on 27. October 2019
    At XR and FFF rallies, speakers like telling outright lies with the aim of trying to get the masses of people to stampede in mass panic and blind anger. . . .
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    Re: Students around the world go on strike protesting climate change

    Quote Originally Posted by marke View Post
    While Gore was jet-setting around the globe on gas guzzling ozone-destroying climate and location changing private planes, warning everyone of his view of impending immediate global warming flood disasters facing place like NYC, fsimply went on as usual as little chicken climate change alarm clocks rang themselves silly and then broke - repeatedly.
    We are now running out of time in avoiding many of the devasting of climate change.

    "Limiting global warming to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels would be a herculean task, involving rapid, dramatic changes in how governments, industries and societies function, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). But even though the world has already warmed by 1 °C, humanity has 10–30 more years than scientists previously thought in which to kick its carbon habit.

    The world would have to curb its carbon emissions by at least 49% of 2017 levels by 2030 and then achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 to meet this target, according to a summary of the latest IPCC report, released on 8 October. The report draws on research conducted since nations unveiled the 2015 Paris climate agreement, which seeks to curb greenhouse-gas emissions and limit global temperature increase to between 1.5 and 2 °C."


    IPCC says limiting global warming to 1.5 degC will require drastic action

    That it would have been much easier and less costly to avoid many of the devastating effects if the warnings from the world's leading scientists had been listen. That the evidence for the urgent need for action is so overwhelming that it shouldn't be a partisan issue.

    "It is becoming harder, however, for Trump to swat away the unfolding crises caused by global warming. American lives are increasingly ravaged by flooding and wildfires and Democrats have seized the initiative with the Green New Deal resolution, which proposes full-scale societal and economic change to eliminate carbon emissions while investing in education, health, transport and a federal jobs guarantee.

    Now, younger Republicans are breaking with Trump in an attempt to haul their party towards scientific reality.

    “There’s disagreement there with Donald Trump,” said Tex Fischer, a 22-year-old conservative Ohioan with a head of unruly hair. “I don’t personally know anyone involved in young, right-of-center politics that doesn’t believe climate change is an issue.

    “I think conservatives for a long time have been too willing to just let this be a leftwing issue. We can talk about this. Conservatives that care about the environment do exist.”"


    The young Republicans breaking with their party over climate change | Environment | The Guardian

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    Re: Students around the world go on strike protesting climate change

    Quote Originally Posted by Bergslagstroll View Post
    We are now running out of time in avoiding many of the devasting of climate change.

    "Limiting global warming to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels would be a herculean task, involving rapid, dramatic changes in how governments, industries and societies function, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). But even though the world has already warmed by 1 °C, humanity has 10–30 more years than scientists previously thought in which to kick its carbon habit.

    The world would have to curb its carbon emissions by at least 49% of 2017 levels by 2030 and then achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 to meet this target, according to a summary of the latest IPCC report, released on 8 October. The report draws on research conducted since nations unveiled the 2015 Paris climate agreement, which seeks to curb greenhouse-gas emissions and limit global temperature increase to between 1.5 and 2 °C."


    IPCC says limiting global warming to 1.5 degC will require drastic action

    That it would have been much easier and less costly to avoid many of the devastating effects if the warnings from the world's leading scientists had been listen. That the evidence for the urgent need for action is so overwhelming that it shouldn't be a partisan issue.

    "It is becoming harder, however, for Trump to swat away the unfolding crises caused by global warming. American lives are increasingly ravaged by flooding and wildfires and Democrats have seized the initiative with the Green New Deal resolution, which proposes full-scale societal and economic change to eliminate carbon emissions while investing in education, health, transport and a federal jobs guarantee.

    Now, younger Republicans are breaking with Trump in an attempt to haul their party towards scientific reality.

    “There’s disagreement there with Donald Trump,” said Tex Fischer, a 22-year-old conservative Ohioan with a head of unruly hair. “I don’t personally know anyone involved in young, right-of-center politics that doesn’t believe climate change is an issue.

    “I think conservatives for a long time have been too willing to just let this be a leftwing issue. We can talk about this. Conservatives that care about the environment do exist.”"


    The young Republicans breaking with their party over climate change | Environment | The Guardian
    Sure, sure. Climate change expert AOC has informed us we have less than 12 years to get busy funding organizations and foundations founded by big democrat supporters seeking huge government funding for their spurious little projects.

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    Academics Demand More Time Off From Work to Save Planet From Climate Change

    Guest “I couldn’t make this sort of schist up, if I was trying,” by David Middleton Academics Demand Sabbaticals to Save World from Climate Change by THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D. 31 Oct 2019 More than 1000 British professors have signed a letter requesting more time off from teaching so they can tackle climate change and…
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    Re: Students around the world go on strike protesting climate change

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    Sure, sure. Climate change expert AOC has informed us we have less than 12 years to get busy funding organizations and foundations founded by big democrat supporters seeking huge government funding for their spurious little projects.
    The evidence is so overwhelming that even federal agencies under Donald Trump and fossil fuel companies have to acknowledge the urgent need for action.

    Fourth National Climate Assessment

    Statements on Paris climate agreement | ExxonMobil

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    Re: Students around the world go on strike protesting climate change

    Quote Originally Posted by Bergslagstroll View Post
    The evidence is so overwhelming that even federal agencies under Donald Trump and fossil fuel companies have to acknowledge the urgent need for action.

    Fourth National Climate Assessment

    Statements on Paris climate agreement | ExxonMobil
    Like the growing popularity of tattoos climate change hysteria is growing among those who don't want to be thought ill of for not fully supporting the sloppy science and outrageous predictions of global warming propagandists.

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