Kyoto Protocol ends Jan 1st 2013

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Anonymous (@)    1 year, 9 months ago

Granted we live past my birthday on dec. 12 (I throw crazy partays)
And then again past the mayans

The Kyoto protocol will expire, lifting any international regulation on green house gas emissions. The Kyoto protocol didn’t really matter much, it didn’t effect much, and most polluters don’t recognize it. But its a mile stone…

What do you think about it? I think it was important, but brushed off. I think now that it expires it will become even less important, less noticed.

Not good.

0 votes, posted 11.28.2012 at 11:50 am
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josephm (@josephm)1 year, 9 months ago ago

some shits guna go down causiin some shit to go down in everyones minds in the entire world causin some similiar shit to happen to all of us at the same time

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Anonymous (@)1 year, 9 months ago ago

always surprised at the lack of initiative on this board towards anything environmental

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Francina (@francina)1 year, 9 months ago ago

@ijesuschrist governments are resigning though…

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JoseValera (@josevalera)1 year, 9 months ago ago

the good thing is that at least the green house effect is being more and more mentioned, and is becoming a topic of discussion, the only thing we need is a strong initiative that gets noticed and accepted, and even more important, that gets some things done, and please, i want you to do a little research about the brazilian government trying to produce ethanol, and they are willing to cut some portion of the amazon, and they want to do this in the name of progress, i sometimes think that “in the name of progress” is the new “in the name of god” we are now seeing progress like the ultimate step. I apologize in advance for any mistakes, english is not my first language

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ELI var namnet (@manimal)1 year, 9 months ago ago

Did it get the intended results?

That explains perfectly fine all that I think of it.

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Anonymous (@)1 year, 9 months ago ago

@josevalera, damn right

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