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Proposed climate policies range from common sense to the absurd. This subreddit is about discussing all sorts of climate related policies and the effectiveness of each.

This subreddit is about climate related policies, either proposed or existing. This is a broad topic and includes everything from carbon taxes to energy policy (including subsidies) to new technologies to geoengineering. There is no presupposition that any policy is inherently superior. This is a good place to discuss the merits of each policy.

This subreddit is not about maligning political parties or politicians because of their positions on climate. Comments or submissions of that sort will be silently deleted.

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With all the deadly storms in the southeast is it possible southerners will start voting for pro environment candidates rather than climate deniers? Or is it a lost cause to change their minds.

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2024/05/17
16:17 UTC

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Forecasting Model Inquiry

Greetings,

Is there a model which reflects how this Ember article of record low “CO2 intensity of global power generation” is impacting the future forecasting of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere? As I encountered these articles this week, the less critically minded thought was “so what?” Despite ultimately understanding how the renewable transition is beneficial, it can be frustrating to come to terms with the fact that this is not a fast changing process of elimination.

Hope that makes sense heh

https://preview.redd.it/c5rmidnzxozc1.jpg?width=1242&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=a81281a3f426028e360395e08d7c56deddafd06a

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2024/05/11
00:20 UTC

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Corn-onomics: Corn, Capitalism, and How Americans can Become more than Just Consumers

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2024/05/05
16:20 UTC

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April 30, 2024

Can you please watch my presentation and tell me your thoughts about it.

https://youtube.com/shorts/0kjTSqhRJDw?si=KBQm6RJPuNXwaqcZ

It is for a presentation for college!

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2024/04/30
04:25 UTC

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Somewhere online, is there a list of future events that will either be good enough to slow the Climate Clock down or bad enough to speed it up if they happen?

They list some general things on their website (https://climateclock.world/science), like renewable energy, but I'm looking for something as specific as possible. If we can prioritise the specific things with the most potential to change the speed of the clock, like specific energy projects and specific areas of land proposed for indigenous sovereignty, I believe we will have the best chance of slowing the Climate Clock down.

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2024/04/26
22:40 UTC

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What about this idea? Nothing to lose.

So exhausted from seeing beautiful people wasting away in sea of misery. Imagine love.

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2024/04/25
15:12 UTC

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