Climate change to disrupt food supplies, brake growth-UN draft

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Dragos111 wrote:

What an absolute crock. More scary, sensationalist projections from the UN.

Folks, this is all about the money. It is not about saving the planet. Our weather patterns change all the time, sometimes warmer and sometimes cooler. Don’t get caught up in this scam.

Mar 23, 2014 7:59am EDT  --  Report as abuse
flower1 wrote:

I can imagine how these bloated agencies with free money flowing down on them as a rain must come up with reports aka “how important is their agency for our survival.”
That is what humans have done for thousands of years–adjust according to climate changes.

Mar 23, 2014 8:01am EDT  --  Report as abuse
MarkDonners wrote:

Previous comments are a great example of how humans fiddle and whine in the face of their own impending extinction and deaths. 20+ billion tons of human produced CO2 yearly just magically disappears in the upper atmosphere instead of accumulating and lingering there 100 years if it is inconvenient for human clowns to think otherwise. This insane thinking is why no human civilization will survive and why every human civilization in history has decayed and died out by their own hand

Mar 23, 2014 8:29am EDT  --  Report as abuse
MarkDonners wrote:

Previous comments are a great example of how humans fiddle and whine in the face of their own impending extinction and deaths. 20+ billion tons of human produced CO2 yearly just magically disappears in the upper atmosphere instead of accumulating and lingering there 100 years if it is inconvenient for human clowns to think otherwise. This insane thinking is why no human civilization will survive and why every human civilization in history has decayed and died out by their own hand

Mar 23, 2014 8:29am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Errata wrote:

Actually it’s the other way around: the slightly higher carbon dioxide is beneficial to increased crop production, and proposed (but ineffectual) measures to “reduce carbon footprint” and “reverse climate change”, would have the effect of damaging economic output and further restricting food production.

Mar 23, 2014 8:36am EDT  --  Report as abuse
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