UN Tells Us One Thing Everyone (Else) Can Do For ‘Climate Change’

The same people yammering are the ones who take lots and lots of fossil fueled trips


The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) releases a new report every few years. And each time the world takes a deep breath — the news isn’t easy to digest.

It is if you’re not a part of a doomsday climate cult

This week, the IPCC released the third part of its Sixth Assessment Report on the state of the climate crisis. The first section was released in August and the second this past March. The newest portion, entitled “Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change”, reviews more than 18,000 scientific climate change papers and offers a grim outlook on the future of the world under global warming, but only if we fail to take immediate action to slash rising greenhouse gas emissions — the driving cause of climate change.

Climate solutions, as the report highlights, are abundant and becoming cheaper by the day, including renewable energy sources like wind, solar, and batteries for electric vehicles. But perhaps the most surprising solution the report highlights is something billions of humans do every single day: taking a walk. (snip)

According to Urge-Vorsatz, out of the 60 behavioral and lifestyle changes that the report authors analyzed, the most impactful action was “switching to walking and cycling and using electrified transport.”

You know, just like they did back in the 1400’s. The richer folks had horses. I have another idea: they can mind their own f’ing business, and, if they want to walk, walk. Stop trying to run people’s lives.

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2 Responses to “UN Tells Us One Thing Everyone (Else) Can Do For ‘Climate Change’”

  1. Hairy says:

    US carbon pollution has dropped about 20% from its peak.
    Would anyone like to personally share how emotionally traumatic this has been for them?
    Teach would you like to begin by telling us the fear thst being near CFLs filled with toxic mercury brought to you. ?

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