Indonesian Snowflakes Learn About The Most Dangerous Greenhouse Gas

You know, the one necessary for life on earth

(Jakarta Globe) Rizki, together with 24 other students from his school, recently attended a four-day climate change education forum and expo from April 19-22. The event was organized by the Indonesian National Council on Climate Change (DNPI), as part of efforts to raise environmental awareness ahead of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, or Rio+20, that will take place in Brazil from June 20-22.

The expo in Jakarta offered students tangible solutions to risks posed by climate change.

Rizki and his classmates were briefed on the importance of planting trees to capture carbon dioxide, the most deadly greenhouse gas, which is produced primarily by the combustion of fossil fuels, and forest fires.

I don’t think it is quite as deadly as dihydrogen monoxide, will kills tens of thousands yearly. It can even kill if you don’t have it. Just a few inches can sweep you away and kill you. And it is often accompanied by dangerous electricity and wind. It can come in a frozen form, too. When it is at high levels, it can make people feel miserable.

Most of the story is about indoctrinating the kids, and even their parents, if the parents dare have a different opinion. The article does fail to mention why so many Warmists will be taking unnecessary fossil fueled flights to exotic Brazil

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4 Responses to “Indonesian Snowflakes Learn About The Most Dangerous Greenhouse Gas”

  1. political correctness czar says:

    The article does fail to mention why so many Warmists will be taking unnecessary fossil fueled flights to exotic Brazil
    Prostitution is legal in Brazil. Maybe that is one reason? I don’t know. Probably should ask a few Secret Service types just to make sure.

  2. john says:

    of course we should expect perfection in others. Oh wait….. isn’t that sort of like the “chickenhawk” disparagement? When it turned out that the people cheering for the Iraq war had never served?

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    John, no one has any idea where your thoughts come from or relate to.

    carbon dioxide, the most deadly greenhouse gas, which is produced primarily by the combustion of fossil fuels, and forest fires.

    Hmmmm… so I guess the ocean, volcanoes and bogs\swamps and natural oil\methane seeps mean nothing.

    If CO2 is so deadly, then we are we allowed to breathe it out? Shouldn’t we all be forced to wear gas-scrubber masks? Instead of forcing smaller and more dangerous cars on the road, why not mandate carbon\gas-scrubbers on every tailpipe? Solve the problem instead of whining about it.