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ContributorNetwork - According to NPR, a recent meeting of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which included more than 200 scientists, concluded with a report stating it expects climate change to bring more intense weather events. The panel specifically noted more rainfall, heat waves and other natural disasters are in the forecast as a result of climate change.
Yet all the nations struggle obsessively to grow their economies, and by doing so, continue pumping tons of pollution into the environment and making climate change worse. If they were serious about stopping it they would agree to safely recycle 100% of all human-generated waste products. Instead, the dumping goes on and on, day after day, month after month, year after year until, when the biosphere can absorb no more it suffers an ecocidal collapse, no longer able to support life, and we go extinct. That is the direction we are all headed unless we change very soon.
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