Quote: Originally Posted by Toro
Its funny that you comment on my brightness when you are saying its government that always increases production.
Pretty much sums it up.
Yes, governments must always increase their production a/p human nature... We, as a country, by challenges we ask them to be good leaders; they unfortunately take this as increasing production on the back of the environment... This is the denial. In fact, they should understand that we only require some good intentions toward TRYING to reduce GHG.
In my mind, my sole opinion, we are not doing enough to find ways to better produce in a more environmental friendly way. I guess you could read on ISO-9001, it would help you understand how this simple tag, can change ways in how single individuals, in their daily life at work, could contribute to let the vegetation and trees breath a little better.
We have one been recognized as a lung for our planet. Please watch "L'erreure boréale" fro D. Lepage. It may help you understand how small steps in the wrong direction made the goal to achieve significant reduction in GHG almost impossible.
Have a good one toro... Hoping you will be in the wealthy remaining survivors, when food and water become poison, or that we destroy vital links in the food CHAIN, we expose ourselves to extinction, no matter how production has been good in: 2005, 2004, 2003, and so forth.
Be sure to keep your head above water too... LOL
I think it Pretty much sums it up... Hehe !