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Hey /newpol/, can I get a hand with class?

1 Name: Anonymous 2021-04-23 16:25
My science teacher gave us an assignment to survey people about the environment. The more the merrier. I realize this is the absolute worst place to ask but it'll be funny kekek.

If/when you answer if you could give your demographic (age range and gender) that'd be pretty fresh too.

What is the biggest way climate change impacts the Earth?
What’s the best way the human race as a whole can help?
What’s the number 1 thing we should avoid doing?

Thanks in advance, bros!
2 Name: Anonymous 2021-04-23 16:30
>>1
Reducing carbon emissions and absorbing them. Especially fucking kelp in the ocean need our hand, since they're the highest absorption center we have. However, because we're a piece of shit monkey clan, we've managed to create an entire continent of plastic garbage that blocks their sunlight, and polluted the oceans enough to suffocate them.
I'd say we could probably help a whole bunch if we made recycled plastic more profitable, say, with tax benefits, or by taxing new plastic. Only like 14% of all plastic ever produced has been recycled, and we're producing it faster every year (for no fucking reason. Have you seen all the shit they put in plastic packaging nowadays? fucking PENCILS, why? will a rat break into the steel container of pencils and eat them otherwise? retards.)
Yes, close the windows, don't leave your 2000 dollar gaming PC running the entire night, those things help. However, >90% of air, ground and see pollution are caused by less than 100 companies on this planet. It literally would hurt absolutely nobody to force them to clean up their trash for a few billion dollars from their own pockets since they're rich as fuck.
And besides, cola from glass bottles feels way fancier to drink, anyway.
3 Name: Anonymous 2021-04-23 16:38
>>2
SO TRUE I don't care if glass bottle colas are more expensive, drinking it that way just makes it taste better somehow y'know? Improves the entire experience.
4 Name: Anonymous 2021-04-23 17:00
>>1
when i was in school qwe learnt about dinosaurs and then something happened a they went away and no humans take the planet becas w being too much making polution going into the ocean and it makes the earth sad.

we should care about earth she left us home but we have to take of it
it will be okay but too much stuff in envirnment that makes animals sad and hurts the ground.

we need to work together to make earth healing and get the best way for earth to help us be our best and earth cant do that if humans hurt them.

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