Future of our Environment?
I think it has been proven that global warming is not just another natural cycle the Earth is going through but is linked directly to the start of the Industrial age. I think we should also discuss more the careless disregard of corporations that rape the enviornment and are the biggest causes of the deterioration of our earth - and figure out why they don't seem to give a damn.
I mean, business won't be good if we're all covered under a flood of melted artic ice, now will it? what people don't also realize is that a rise in global temperature also contributes to the occurence and severity of storms. So if we thought Katrina was bad, and all the damage from hurricans and tornados around the world excessive - it is only going to get worse.
You can't upset the natural balance of earth without there being consequences. We need to start holding corporations responsible for their wate, enforcing industry standards and guidelines in eco friendly production and encouraging people to organize at a grass roots level and boycott companies and manufactuerers that refuse to reduce their toxic outputs.
We should also focuse on enviornmental friendly living in general, including recycling and buyng reusaable instead of disposable products.Barry's Response
- My opinion, though, is that things occur in balance
because they have to. In early 2009, for instance, the media focus shifted from environmental concerns to the frightening economy.
Over time ecological stories will rise once again to a position of high importance, as they should.Search
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