Climate Change - should we be doing more to stop it? Watch

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Firstly, do you believe in climate change, global warming etc...?
Do you think that the cause of climate change is largely due to the impact of humans rapidly developing industry/infrastructure? (and releasing greenhouse gases).
Do you think that climate change is preventable?
Should more investment be put into renewable energy?
Do you think that the energy sector is corrupt?
What more could be done about species decline?
Should there be more population control?
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We would be very grateful if some completed this survey.

How is climate change affecting the environment?

What is your definition of climate change?

To what extent do you think does climate change affects you?

Do you feel climate change is an issue?

How far do you think climate change is affecting the environment?

Do you think climate change is preventable? If yes, say how?
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(Original post by Megi2719)
Firstly, do you believe in climate change, global warming etc...?
Yes

(Original post by Megi2719)
Do you think that the cause of climate change is largely due to the impact of humans rapidly developing industry/infrastructure? (and releasing greenhouse gases).
Possibly

(Original post by Megi2719)
Do you think that climate change is preventable?
To some extent

(Original post by Megi2719)
Should more investment be put into renewable energy?
Yes, but rather through forcing private capital to invest into it, through forcing higher taxes on traditional sources of energy, but such taxes should not oblige at times of problems with economy.

(Original post by Megi2719)
Do you think that the energy sector is corrupt?
No opinion
(Original post by Megi2719)
What more could be done about species decline?
Education, education, education, all around the world.
Plus, prizes for killing poachers.
(Original post by Megi2719)
Should there be more population control?
Generally yes. At current stage, only outside Europe.
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It should be called environmental change and different things need to be done to what they currently do.

The focus needs to be on clean air, clean water and population control.

So ban diesel cars, ban new coal power stations, ban things like microbeads that are in shower gels and enforce a two child policy worldwide outside of Europe.


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(Original post by paul514)
It should be called environmental change and different things need to be done to what they currently do.

The focus needs to be on clean air, clean water and population control.

So ban diesel cars, ban new coal power stations, ban things like microbeads that are in shower gels and enforce a two child policy worldwide outside of Europe.


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I think a two-child policy is a good idea within Europe as well as outside. It's not just those outside Europe with population issues. Countries like the UK can expect population to double in the next decade. The UK is already fairly overpopulated as it is... it wouldn't be a bad idea... yes, it has some religious issues to consider with it which causes quite a big problem with enforcing a law such as that.
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(Original post by Megi2719)
I think a two-child policy is a good idea within Europe as well as outside. It's not just those outside Europe with population issues. Countries like the UK can expect population to double in the next decade. The UK is already fairly overpopulated as it is... it wouldn't be a bad idea... yes, it has some religious issues to consider with it which causes quite a big problem with enforcing a law such as that.
Europe has a decreasing population without outside immigration.

The uk population is not expected to double in the next ten years at all it's expected to hit 70 million in 2027 that's a 5 million increase.


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