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Chakradhar Kumar , Politically incorrect, factually correct Nov, 14 2016

Donald Trump will now ridicule the Paris agreement to supposedly help everyone out of the Global warming conspiracy


The Trump source blamed US president Barack Obama for joining up by an executive order, without getting approval from the Senate. “There wouldn’t be this diplomatic fallout on the broader international agenda if Obama hadn’t rushed the adoption,”

It's a climate change accord agreed by nearly 200 countries in December 2015, which came into force on 4 November 2016. The agreement commits world leaders to keeping global warming below 2C, seen as the threshold for safety by scientists, and pursuing a tougher target of 1.5C.

The Trump source blamed US president Barack Obama for joining up by an executive order, without getting approval from the Senate. “There wouldn’t be this diplomatic fallout on the broader international agenda if Obama hadn’t rushed the adoption,” It's a climate change accord agreed by nearly 200 countries in December 2015, which came into force on 4 November 2016. The agreement commits world leaders to keeping global warming below 2C, seen as the threshold for safety by scientists, and pursuing a tougher target of 1.5C.

Sanjay , Nov, 14 2016


His business practice, out of which he has done well for himself, has been to treat wealth as a zero-sum game: if he wins, someone loses, like at poker. And he can be admired for making money at the expense of others for years. But politics isn't a zero-sum game. If you win at the expense of your people you've failed. If your people win at the expense of other people you've failed. Competition in internal affairs is always wasteful, is always ultimately a path to war. Co-operation is the only alternative. Milosevic, in Serbia, failed to understand this; he brought years of destruction and eventually, bloodshed to his own people. Putin fails to understand this. He came to power through war, threatens war and he needs to be held back from madness. Trump also fails to understand this. The war in the middle east is peanuts compared to the fighting that will result from irrational behaviour abroad in the current world.

His business practice, out of which he has done well for himself, has been to treat wealth as a zero-sum game: if he wins, someone loses, like at poker. And he can be admired for making money at the expense of others for years. But politics isn't a zero-sum game. If you win at the expense of your pe


Naveen tripathi , Economic honours with more passion into Engin Nov, 14 2016


Climate change will cause war and on a massive scale. As pressure on remaining resources becomes more intense then it will foster conflict, religious extremism and war. We are set to have huge areas of the middle East rendered uninhabitable, can you imagine the effect of that? If you think Syria was bad, that is chicken feed in comparison. In fact some analysts say already that the Syrian conflict was part exacerbated by climate change, because farming has become harder, driving people to cities, poverty, and into the arms of extremists. Climate change I suspect may well push humanity into nuclear warfare ultimately, that is another reason why it is so incredibly serious
Climate change will cause war and on a massive scale. As pressure on remaining resources becomes more intense then it will foster conflict, religious extremism and war. We are set to have huge areas of the middle East rendered uninhabitable, can you imagine the effect of that? If you think Syria was


Ashok Kapoor , Nov, 14 2016


Even if you are one of the people who for some reason disagrees with the majority of climate change experts into the consequences that CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions are having on our planet, I don't see why you wouldn't buy into the renewable energy agenda anyhow. There's no arguing that gas emissions cause horrible smoggy air, there is no denying that this smoggy air damages the appearance of buildings and our urban areas.There is no denying that fossil fuels are a non-renewable energy source that will one day run out. So even if you are one of those people who thinks it's all an exaggeration and we don't have reason to worry like many of others do, why not just take the safer option and try and do your part in creating a world that definitely, at the very least, is not going to have long term consequences?

Even if you are one of the people who for some reason disagrees with the majority of climate change experts into the consequences that CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions are having on our planet, I don't see why you wouldn't buy into the renewable energy agenda anyhow. There's no arguing that ga


Abhinav , Nov, 14 2016


There are many millions of people in the US who are perfectly aware that climate change is the major threat of our time and who strongly disagree with the climate deniers. Yet you would wish natural disasters upon the entire population to teach it a lesson? Do not make the mistake of thinking that what you read in the news about uneducated religious science-inept planet-destroying Americans comes close to accurately describing the majority of the people here.
You know perfectly well that political elites, lobbyists and corporations hold the power but do not represent the people. To disrespect Americans en masse is stereotypical horse manure at best and outright racism at worst.

There are many millions of people in the US who are perfectly aware that climate change is the major threat of our time and who strongly disagree with the climate deniers. Yet you would wish natural disasters upon the entire population to teach it a lesson? Do not make the mistake of thinking that w


Sahil , Nov, 14 2016


Trump's anticipated attack on the Paris accord is predictable. He is a science-denier; in a word, an idiot. This is precisely the type erratic behaviour the United States has in store for itself for at least the next four years. Thanks to an embarrassingly poor public education system most Americans have no idea what this article it talking about. The World's environment is in grave danger and we must act to, at least, try and slow its deterioration or we humans will be responsible for our own extinction.

Trump's anticipated attack on the Paris accord is predictable. He is a science-denier; in a word, an idiot. This is precisely the type erratic behaviour the United States has in store for itself for at least the next four years. Thanks to an embarrassingly poor public education system most Americans