Decent summary of where are now:
But intrinsically related. A huge amount of which leads one way or another to CO2 emissions.You are talking about a different issue - that of consumption of finite resources.
I still agree with you. I just don’t think anything will change - humans are en masse too driven instinct and self interest. It’s a done deal.You seem to fail to grasp that it's humans who emit that are the issue - not all humans are created equal. No point arguing any more - your minds seem set. Maybe this is a way you can dismiss the issue as irresolvable?
In fairness if everyone stopped doing it extinction would be very rapid indeed!Wiping out half the species is about the only thing that will save it.
I have to bite my tongue when I see colleagues spending their careers working on climate change popping out offsprings.. cognitive dissonance FTW.
Not rapid enough. Don't forget, we have around a decade to reach CO2 neutrality plus engage massive sequestration - if we desire an 1.5c outcome.In fairness if everyone stopped doing it extinction would be very rapid indeed!
That is, of course, us that you are referring to.Look - only some humans have put us in this position. The rich fuckers.
I wonder where they got their playbook from?
Yet find someone who actually really truely gives a flying shit.Humanity is waging a “senseless and suicidal” war on nature that is causing human suffering and enormous economic losses while accelerating the destruction of life on Earth, the UN secretary-general, António Guterres, has said.
Guterres’s starkest warning to date came at the launch of a UN report setting out the triple emergency the world is in: the climate crisis, the devastation of wildlife and nature, and the pollution that causes many millions of early deaths every year.
Making peace with nature was the defining task of the coming decades, he said, and the key to a prosperous and sustainable future for all people. The report combines recent major UN assessments with the latest research and the solutions available, representing an authoritative scientific blueprint of how to repair the planet.
The report says societies and economies must be transformed by policies such as replacing GDP as an economic measure with one that reflects the true value of nature, as recommended this month by a study commissioned by the UK Treasury.
I would say you, but you don't have any influence.Calling it as it is:
Yet find someone who actually really truely gives a flying shit.