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World needs green recovery, health pros tell G20 leaders

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Incoming "climate change isn't real and if it is mankind isn't the cause and if it is it doesn't matter" posts in 3, 2, 1...

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Somebody needs to tell the world that the largest population is in Asia with1). China 1,394,015,977 people 2). India 1,326,093,247 , 3). usa 332,639,102 4). Indonesia 267,026,366 5). Pakistan 233,500,636 and so on and so forth. Now WHAT IS GREEN RECOVERY ???. If america do not come in , it does not matter, why ???.because all these 1,2, 4 & 5 are green from the start before foreign investments like americans.

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Incoming "climate change isn't real and if it is mankind isn't the cause and if it is it doesn't matter" posts in 3, 2, 1...

Climate change has existed since the moment the Earth had an atmosphere. I am surprised that Warmists still deny that. What skeptics oppose is the idea that the world is coming to an end unless socialism is immediately imposed upon every human being. It’s not. Furthermore it is cruel to manipulate and play upon people’s fears so they can be controlled.

I am all for keeping the air and water clean but these efforts should not be done in a way that prevents people from lifting themselves out of poverty. Capitalism is the only proven economic system to succeed in accomplishing that on a massive scale. There has to be a balance.

The idea that CO2 is a pollutant is irrational. CO2 is essential for life. Over the last 150 years the Earths atmospheric gas composition has changed very little from .030% to .041% of CO2. The climate models that combine all known information about climate continuously fail to correctly predict temperature changes. Scientists are essentially making guesses based on an incomplete understanding of the subject.

No one opposes research and furthering scientific understanding of the environment. But until a predictive climate model is created that proves that a lot of people are at risk by a minuscule increase in CO2 in the atmosphere skeptics will have the upper hand in the debate.

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It's just too easy.

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