Shell says fossil fuel reserves won't be 'stranded' by climate regulation

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mopupcrew wrote:

Based on the evidence AGW science provides mankind started global warming, the inflection point was 150 years ago. This means todays society needs to reduce our carbon footprint to about what we had between the Revolutionary war and the Civil war, to get mankind completely off the hook for destroying the planet. Of course this doesn’t account for what’s already here. Maybe a period before the bronze age would be better. Ridiculous, but that’s the only conclusion you can arrive at based on AGW zealot science.

May 20, 2014 3:25pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
VernonH wrote:

It’s getting harder to deny that humans are approaching the absolute limits of exponential growth. Radical changes are inevitable. I find it impossible to imagine a sustainable future with big corporations in it. In our neighborhood, we’re learning to grow our own food, pedal our own bikes, and care for our neighbors. We’re increasingly able to boycott exploitative corporations and resist the governments they own.

May 25, 2014 3:27pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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