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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    We’re getting exactly the changes climate scientists predicted, and yes, it’s going to be a rough trip, for a long time. Not a quick apocalypse, just a lot of “Oh jees Louise, head for the cellar!” Wet will become dry, vice versa.Microclimates and local changes will not however be the real measure, but overall effect- world wide, on land, and in the oceans. Yep, no need to change our policies at all, ‘cause things like oil spills, and deforestation of huge areas, have nothing at all to do with human activity.

    The chemical and biological changes are well documented, and increasing in impacts, but like the Fukijima situation, humans again have no impact at all, well, maybe sales of iodine tablets.

  2. motivemagus

    motivemagus said, over 5 years ago

    Yeah, pretty much.

  3. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    ^Been working for decades to bring change, professionally, and personally, POSITIVE change, and we’ve accomplished things, like Clean Air and Water Acts, NEPA, ESA, - the “negative” whiners are the ones saying that losing a penny of profit for posterity is a tragedy, and “unAmerican”. Now, a positive note WOULD be getting rid of morons pretending to be “media”, and seeing an enlightened “public” able just open their eyes and see the evidence all around them- like in most other countries of the world.

    “Social responsibility” isn’t evil, commie, or “socialist”- it’s common sense- but yes RV, the degree of ignorance prevalent in our little corner of the world is a downer.

  4. pirate227

    pirate227 said, over 5 years ago

    They forgot “Duck!”.

  5. W(ar).Crime

    W(ar).Crime said, over 5 years ago

    ^^”Social responsibility” is being pushed by corporations, believe it or not.

    The thing is, that its mostly used as photo-ops.

    Whenever you hear of corporation donating to a school or cleaning up a park that’s social responsibility at work. Not much, but its a start.

  6. motivemagus

    motivemagus said, over 5 years ago

    ^Actually, it’s becoming one of the most important issues being raised by our clients at the board level. Whether they are committed to the hard realities of real social responsibility is debatable, but they are talking about it and trying to look for it.

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