Climate Crisis: Are we doing enough?

We should definitely have a meeting. At the very least.

I hear using “permanent cups” will see us right, at least according to the actual real-life Environment Minister.


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albion

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The C and D variety are fairly permanent.
And I am quite partial to Poly Styrene.
 
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winjim

Welcome yourself into the new modern crisis
Coffey is going to the COP.
That doesn't exactly inspire me with great hope, but Sunak should be there too.

Without swift action now all the domestic stuff will be pretty much irrelevant in a couple of decades.

Therese Coffey as environment secretary isn't a win for chemists' representation.
 

qigong chimp

Active Member
Therese Coffey as environment secretary isn't a win for chemists' representation.

Will you sort this out for us, aurora?
 

albion

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https://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/national/uk-today/23093536.amp/

This also shows the difficulty motoring voices are in. It is a 'best not upset the customer' thing.
Obviously, at the start of the conflict motorway speeds should have been reduced to 60mph, not 64mph.

And the no brainer already mentioned here, years ago it should have been compulsory for all new house builds to have 4KW of solar.
They are self financing anyway, and obviously far cheaper to install at build time.

It is saying again, that it is obscene that Sunak and Johnson are attending the climate summit whilst simultaneously still hindering/banning the UK from cheap green energy production.
 
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