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Sixty-six nations agree on more ambitious climate goals

Sixty-six nations agree on more ambitious climate goals

The President of Chile, Sebastian Pinera Echenique said on Monday that a total of sixty six nations have pledged to have more ambitious climate goals. Out of these, 30 nations have pledged to become carbon neutral by the year 2050. Countries like Finland and Germany have also planned to ban coal within the next 10 years.

porcus 1 year

huh. Pretty sure 2050 is going to be too late, according to the climate change cultists. So why is this something that is supposed to be good?? And why is Greta accepting that timeframe?

Hello and Goodbye
Hello and Goodbye 1 year

Let's see... Did China or India sign it? No?? Shocker. I'm sure this agreement will be very effective.

Milkshake 1 year

1] Countries can't vow squat because governments aren't allowed to force people into various university and higher education majors, because that's against human rights and tangential to forced labor on another level with massive slippery slope political repercussions. I'm stating this because majors in STEM fields relating to environmental protection and engineering thereof and therein are vastly understaffed if not outright empty, including environmental inspection majors which I don't know what they fall under in the education system. So if you want to battle climate, you need to fill up those majors and then provide a livable wage for the subsequent jobs and work in the fields, with various perks for the massive traveling and legwork they will be doing. Something that needs to come from the people and an adequate propaganda machine which governments can't do anything about on a tangible level. Instead of marketing end of the world and environmental moralism like brainlets are doing now, market the damn chart of majors connected to environmental protection and the job positions and employment chart and demands connected to them, including quality of life for the average worker connected to that and perks. 2] Here's the simulations of how much of Earth's surfaces will get flooded in the event that all ice on planet Earth melts, for those interested. Maximum possible rise is 80m [~260ft]. Each picture is a cropped preview, open them up for full world map. [ ] 3] Greta Thunberg is the worst possible advocate for climate and only made the entire thing a laughing stock. A 1st world white girl in a yacht whose cost is upwards of $2 million in construction with no words on the emissions created for the construction itself, no word on what kind of transportation she used after her trip of course, and to add oil to the floor her support teams flying in via planes to make her narrow-minded emission-free propaganda scripted by idiots (I'll let her off because she's still a clueless kid, the idiots behind her are the one's I'll focus the ire on). Please...

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 year

The media love her she sells advertising space, her parents love her she sells books. The left love her she sells climate hysteria, the UN love her it raises their relevance and increases their power. The people causing genuine and immediate environmental damage and catastrophe love her because it has everyone look the other way.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

You see this logic is the equivalent of driving 50 in a 70 in a Prius with a bunch of V8s and V12s superchargers behind your back thinking they'll stay behind you... Until you realize that those people just get in the other lane and fucking pass your ass and you ain't fix jack shit.

bobby_5150 1 year

And this will achieve what??? No nation, other than the US, even came close to meeting the limits set by the Paris Accords. They expect us to believe that they will meet even stricter requirements?

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