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Old 16-04-2019, 09:59 PM
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This protest is a good start, but it really is the tip of the iceberg of problems the planet is facing.

You've got the ongoing Holocene extinction, biomagnification of pollutants like PCB/DDT within different habitats, microplastics, eutrophication, greenhouse gases, habitat loss and degradation.

I could go on. Those that have the capability to be able to legislate to help stop these sorts of problems just don't seem to care quite frankly.

I'm concerned the world we hand down to future generations might be unrecognisable within 100 years. And that is depressing.
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