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STARRING MY BEAUTIFUL INCREDIBLE FRIENDS & FANS—
THANK U FOR HELPING ME CREATE AND HELPING ME SHARE MY VISIONS W.U ❤❤❤
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I N T O X I C A T I O N L O S S & F R I E N D S # 2
put some of my song a days into a bandcamp album so u can listen/download
some of the first songs that i wrote after not being able to play the guitar at all for three months because of an arm injury.
^click pic 4 songs^
We’ve successfully faced environmental challenges before. There’s much we can do to respond to the challenge and risks of climate change, particularly by tapping America’s strength in innovation.
The United States is one of the most resourceful and innovative societies in the world. We are a nation of problem solvers. When scientists identified the grave environmental threats posed by the
acid rain and the ozone hole, they worked together with other stakeholders, consumers, industry, and government to develop solutions that would successfully reduce the threat while minimizing
short and long term economic impacts. As we hope this paper has made clear, however, successfully responding to climate change will test our resolve and ingenuity in ways unlike any other environmental challenge we have faced.
Many of our major cities New York, Seattle, Boston and Chicago are just a few have assessed the scientific evidence, and decided to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for the impacts of climate change. We believe that our responsibility as scientists is to ensure, to the best of our ability, that people fully understand the climate realities and risks we face. Prior experience shows that we and future generations will be better off when science effectively informs decision making and action.
Armed with scientific understanding about the gravity of certain environmental problems, our nation has successfully used innovative approaches to address these challenges. In summary, responding effectively to the challenge of climate change requires a full understanding that there is now a high degree of agreement among climate scientists about the fact that climate change is happening now, because of human activities, and that the risks
including the possibility for abrupt and disruptive changes will increase the longer greenhouse gas emissions continue.
—from “WHAT WE KNOW: The Reality, Risks, and Response to Climate Change”