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Sam Carana has for years pointed at the danger that continued global warming will cause huge releases of methane from the seafloor of the Arctic Ocean, leading to abrupt climate change, and to destruction and extinction at massive scale. In addition, Sam Carana has for years pointed at the need for comprehensive and effective action to reduce the risk, as discussed at Climate Plan.

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1 comment:

  1. The Climate Plan calls for comprehensive action through multiple lines of action implemented across the world and in parallel, through effective policies such as local feebates. The Climate Plan calls for a global commitment to act, combined with implementation that is preferably local. In other words, while the Climate Plan calls for a global commitment to take comprehensive and effective action to reduce the danger of catastrophic climate change, and while it recommends specific policies and approaches how best to achieve this, it invites local communities to decide what each works best for them, provided they do indeed make the progress necessary to reach agreed targets. This makes that the Climate Plan optimizes flexibility for local communities and optimizes local job and investment opportunities.

    Click for more on multiple lines of action, on recommended policies, and on the advantages of feebates.

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