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Scientists were too late to breed a mammal lost to climate change. Is bureaucracy a part of the global warming problem?

  • Yes, of course it is.

    Global Warming which had to be changed to the euphemistically always correct Climate Change is all about government power over our lives and the ability of the government to identify an evil and force people to pay more to fight the evil. It has never been about facts and truth.Yes, bureaucracy is a major detriment to the global warming problem. Policy makers are not yet convinced that global warming is an issue, despite mounds of evidence that proves otherwise. The speed and depth in which this problem is addressed could be increased if key stakeholders were more engaged at solving the problem than ignoring it.

  • Too many people in politics are resisting the notion of climate change

    Climate change is something that 99% of scientists have agreed IS happening to our planet. Unfortunately, it has become a politicized issue, with many Republicans refusing to admit that it is happening. Without the full backing of politicians, scientists don't have all the resources they need to research and fight the problem.

  • Yes, bureaucracy plays a part in the global warming problem.

    Some policy makers still do not give credence to the issue of global warming and its effects on climate change. As a result when there are problems such as the possible extinction of a particular species, the rise to action can the very limited. In some cases, the process to correct the problem may occur very slowly.

  • Yes, global warming policy is stifled by bureaucracy.

    Yes, bureaucracy is a major detriment to the global warming problem. Policy makers are not yet convinced that global warming is an issue, despite mounds of evidence that proves otherwise. The speed and depth in which this problem is addressed could be increased if key stakeholders were more engaged at solving the problem than ignoring it.

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