I believe in individual, corporate and government responsibility towards the surrounding environment.

My thoughts on Climate Change:

My approach is pragmatic.

It is more practical for a population to believe in it than to deny. The values I support (which is less pollution) are supported by the popular belief in climate change.

Do I believe?

Doesn’t matter.

It’s practical to act as if it’s true.

The hyperbole surrounding both sides is ridiculousness.

It’s become a political game. Us vs Them. Them vs Us.

I’ve seen good points from both sides. But as with most things, I remain agnostic. I don’t need to get excited about the issue nor do my beliefs matter one way or another.

It’s practical, pragmatic, it serves political values I support.

Do I believe we’re saving the planet? Do I believe we caused this? Do I believe it’s natural processes? Do I believe there’s been falsification of data? Do I believe we have to fix things before it’s too late?

None of that matters.

I believe in individual, corporate and government responsibility towards the surrounding environment.

This leads to another set of anti-litter laws on a larger scale to me and I support it. I give a hoot and don’t pollute.

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