Are we taking climate change seriously? | The Tylt

Are we taking climate change seriously?

Earth's carbon dioxide levels officially passed the 400 PPM (parts per million) mark, meaning we're all fucked. How do we know we're fucked? Humanity has never existed in a world with carbon dioxide levels exceeding 400 PPM, and that number is set to continue rising. While some optimists think the depressing news will get the industrialized world to start taking action, others remain doubtful. Are we doing enough? Read and vote below.

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This guy isn't too worried.

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It's undeniable that climate change will fundamentally change how humans interact with the world and climate, but not everyone thinks the effects will be as apocalyptic as people say. Humans are adaptable creatures and will adapt to the new reality. 

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Even if you remain doubtful, it's increasingly difficult to ignore the fact that our lifestyle is unsustainable and harms the earth. 

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But many more are extremely worried about this development. Humans may be able to survive, but it'll be in a world that no one knows. 

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Life as we know it is adapted for a world where carbon dioxide levels were under 400ppm. This is the highest levels have been for over 15 million years

FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Are we taking climate change seriously?
A festive crown for the winner
#PointOfNoReturn
#ClimateChangeNBD