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LoveRichardDawkins
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nunez012
Con (against)

Governments need to take radical action to combat climate change

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 7/29/2018 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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LoveRichardDawkins

Pro

The governments of the world need to wake up to the reality of man made global warming which is leading to climate change. The planet is getting hotter every decade and this is leading to more radical and extreme weather patterns. This is and will continue to bring about more droughts, More flooding, More storms and more natural disasters. This will not only kill people but also severely impact economies and put our societies at grave risk.

97 percent of th scientific community and all scientific organisations give their support to the fact of man made climate change. Therefore we must trust our scientists and the overwhelming body of evidence and take action to reduce emissions.

We can use more renweable energy, Ban certain exhaust fumes, Eventually ban diesel cars, Put into place taxes on carbon and have stricter environmental controls.

This will help to reduce our cause of global warming and thus is a necessary and workable solution to this very grave threat.

Good luck to my opponent.
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Posted by LoveRichardDawkins 3 years ago
LoveRichardDawkins
Well that"s a shame
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