It's over for the planet. Thanks industrialization (or just humans being wild in general?).
To avoid warming of the kind the IPCC now calls catastrophic requires a complete rebuilding of the entire energy infrastructure of the world, a thorough reworking of agricultural practices and diet to entirely eliminate carbon emissions from farming, and a battery of cultural changes to the way those of us in the wealthy West, at least, conduct our lives.
@jalcine minus being so far behind the interstellar crew so prolly a lot worse...
@sourcookie as far as we know, NASA (I hope) got mad space to hide a big ass rocket and the US Gov't notorious for hiding shit
@jalcine this is true. but i’m just doubtful there is a reliable plan b to, you know, destroying the earth. but there probably is! maybe!
@jalcine hmmm... eating plants causes me to make carbon emissions...
@skryking not to the scale that eating animals do. like it's magnitudes less
@jalcine you have never been around me after eating vegetables...😂
@skryking lol *slides chair over* but if it's beans, you just gotta have more!
Yep, we're gonna die then.
@jalcine the planet will be fine, and its only over for us if we let it
re: climate apocalypse Show more
pragmatic: Relating to or being the study of cause and effect in historical or political events with emphasis on the practical lessons to be learned from them.
that vs being overly hopeful is way more helpful for everyone. learn from what works and keep moving
Social is the primary social media platform for the forth coming fourth version of Play Vicious, a new initiative built to bring attention to the plethora of creative acts that don't get the shine they deserve.
For more details about the project and how to support, go here.