Will taking actions on climate change make our lives better or safer, or it will only make a difference for our future generations? 

Question asked on 10/11/20 @ 4:43am

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People's lives need not necessarily be better/safer by taking steps towards the mitigation of climate change. I think they do it because their actions give their lives some sort of meaning, and some respect in the community.

I don't think individual actions really make much of a difference because despite what they say, people don't really seem to be cognizant of their actions. I've come across self-avowed "environmentalists" who don't have a problem using single-use plastic bags.

I think regulators, and by extension, the government has to play a bigger role. Of course, they need to bring in the people who can show them the scientific evidence and plan a course of action because, let's not mince our words here, politicians don't know what they're talking about most of the time.

Do the actions help the future generation? Who knows? We don't know what we don't know. Forecasting and modeling can only go so far.
Response posted on 10/30/20 @ 11:07am, edited on 10/30/20 @ 11:08am
One time strong response. 
Response posted on 11/02/20 @ 8:32pm
Great insight from Mr Sandeep

Thanks for sharing.
Response posted on 11/18/20 @ 2:22am
Reading through your response is so insightful Mr Sandeep.
Response posted on 11/22/20 @ 10:06am
Great insight, is a good work
Response posted on 01/22/21 @ 6:33am
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