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Could you live with the affects of climate change 24/7?

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Recently I got out of bed. The night was very hot. I had to take my pyjamas off as I felt very sticky. I had to plug in a fan to use. I had a headache the next day and I had to drink a lot of water as I felt terrible.

I am not looking forward to hot weather during summer this year.

What if though, this was part of your life every day of the week, as a result of climate change? Every day was hot.... and cold days were limited to non-existent.

Could you live with it?

What do you feel needs to be done to protect people now and into the future from the impacts of climate change?
Posted by NathanJ, Thursday, 10 October 2019 2:13:03 PM
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Hey NathanJ,
Make changes and master your environment
Either learn to adapt, or perish

I know it sounds hard, but it's the truth I'm sorry
Here's examples of people who are doing things to master their own environment.

Part 1. Build the House
http://youtu.be/53xl1zJ3W9w
Part 2. Build the Pool
http://youtu.be/xjohmk-Dclw

http://youtu.be/1-pu6CJTH_g

If human beings lose the ability to think for themselves, think and plan ahead and actively do things to master their own environment then as a species we deserve to become extinct.
Posted by Armchair Critic, Thursday, 10 October 2019 4:06:35 PM
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How do you think people living on and near the equator get on? It's hot and sticky there all the time now; always has been.
Posted by ttbn, Thursday, 10 October 2019 4:10:27 PM
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Nathan like you I am not unsure, that climate change is real
not Too that man plays a roll in it, I remain stunned some think it is not changing
My last summer saw 44 degrees often, true, I even tried sleeping out on the veranda
My age and health may well say this is my last summer
But if I was younger and fit?
Make a retreat for sleeping out side under ground much like a well, no not kidding
Sleep matters
Hope, unlike my one,hope you can get insights in to what people think the change will bring
Posted by Belly, Thursday, 10 October 2019 4:15:11 PM
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I am not unsure, that climate change is real
Belly,
There's no money in saying that & definitely hampers any career in Academia/Science !

I agree that there is a Climate Change because that's part of nature since Day 1. We can't do anything about because if there was something we could do it'd be done. We need to look at pollution because it is a far more serious threat than CC. AND, there's plenty we can do about it !
Posted by individual, Thursday, 10 October 2019 7:53:29 PM
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'What do you feel needs to be done to protect people now and into the future from the impacts of climate change?'

just toughen up a little.
Posted by runner, Thursday, 10 October 2019 9:43:40 PM
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