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Do The Math, Then Get Optimistic (VIDEO)

 
By Richard Littlemore (Reposted from Desmog Blog)

University of Lethbridge Prof Jim Byrnes weighs in with a short video with survey of numbers both frightening and reassuring. The conclusion is obvious. There’s no question we can “afford” to fix the climate problem – only a more pressing question as to why we have not even begun …

 

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