why are u asking

by nomeans no

beautiful baby will need this world after we're finished here

beautiful baby will need this world after we're finished here

Tell those in charge of government or business that you care about global warming, and that you expect them to do something about. They cannot know of the concerns of the public unless they hear or read about them, or care unless they understand the impacts you see.

One thing you can do is check out the the Union of Concerned Scientists Action Network at ucsusa.org, read about their ideas for intelligent actions to take and even sign up to help the needed information get to the right people. If they inquire "Why are u asking?", you then have an opportunity to give them the full story.

Barry's Response - Environmental issues in general. What we do in the name of protecting ourselves from the consequences of global warming (if, indeed, that is a real concern) will also give us the political and scientific infrastructure needed to handle other environmental problems.

It's working toward building a future with better safegaurds to solve the next generation, including that beautiful babe you sent. See this AnInconvenientTruth
web page for more about leaving a legacy.

Global warming is not the only reason to take this type of action. Many environmental issues and concerns can be effectively dealt with using the same methods. If you care enough and get the right people involved.

You might find the ideas you need right on StuffintheAir.com - Search this site for more information now.

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