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Countdown to Copenhagen: Is there hope for change?

Green Energy PollWith the Copenhagen climate conference set to kick off in just a week, how confident are you that an effective carbon reduction agreement can be reached?

We’re surveying our readers and want to hear from you. Plus, if you take part, you get a chance to win some really cool, solar-powered prizes.

The Carbon Conversation is Greenbang’s new poll in association with Cisco. Just click here now to get started — it takes only five minutes, plus you might win one of four Freeloader Solar Chargers for your mobile, iPod or camera.

The poll lets you tell us your views on green energy issues. It’s not difficult, won’t take long, you might enjoy it and you can see how your opinions compare to other Greenbang readers when the results are published here in a few weeks time.

So what’s it going to be? “Yes, I want to share my views with and change the world.” Or, “No, I want to bury my head in the sand.” (You don’t really want to do that, do you?) Take a few minutes and tell us what you think now … and thanks!

1 Comment

  • Marie Devine
    Posted December 3, 2009 at 10:55 pm
    This agrees with a NOVA program.
    NOVA had a program a number of years ago that if the sun and moon were a little closer, it would dramatically increase the CO2 and you would almost be able to watch things grow, they would grow so fast. By reducing CO2 it would decrease the growing capacity of the earth; we would die from starvation.

    God warned against nations joining for protection and prosperity in Psalms 1 and 2, II Chronicles 16:7-12; and 20:35-37. It is counter-productive and opens a nation up to deceptions, corruption, abuses and delays as they wait for promises and expectations to be fulfilled.

    We are going the wrong way. The employment lifestyle is destroying the world and our health, physically, emotionally and spiritually. We are making jobs just for the sake of making jobs, seeking riches while destroying ourselves. The only sustainable and reasonable solution is to “retire.” We can turn to a garden paradise lifestyle with trees, plants and pets that provide fresh food around us. That gives us the true riches of peace, healthy foods and contentment with families together. That solves “climate change” and pollution, disease, energy crisis, war, immigration, financial crises, and social problems at the same time. Any other solution causes other problems, takes away our freedoms and is not even a good delay.

    Marie Devine
    God has solutions to world problems we created by ignoring His wisdom.

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