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Thriving with Nature and Humanity


The genuine environment and conservation movement is one of the most important social movements on Earth. Yet, its credibility is endangered by confused and fearful politicians, alarmist activists, sensationalist media and prominent extremists with financial conflicts of interest.

Today we hear constant messages about the changing climate and the dire consequences that may have for our beautiful planet. Hearing loud, contradictory accusations and predictions of planetary doom you may feel confused about what and who to believe. Supposed experts disagree on both what is happening to our planet and the causes of what is happening. Yet we’re told there is universal agreement global warming was caused by humans…

It’s clear our climate, including temperatures, continually varies. Examination of this ongoing variation becomes alarm when doom is predicted from the presence of humans on Earth. Many people feel powerless and immobilised which only deepens their mix of confusion, desperation, apathy and panic…

You may think global warming needs to be treated as seriously as pollution yet they’re actually different issues and we should be even more concerned about the core issue – climate alarm. That’s because throughout human history actions driven by fear produced solutions far worse than the initial perceived problem.

Excerpts from “Thriving with Nature and Humanity”, by Malcolm Roberts.

Read the complete document here: http://carbon-sense.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/nature-and-humanity.pdf [PDF, 1.7 MB, 57 pages]

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