The global warming debate rages and will continue to do so into the foreseeable future.
Roger A. Pielke, Jr., and Daniel Sarewitz, Columbia University say this,
“Climate impacts occur because society and environment are vulnerable. This vulnerability might take the form of urban development on a flood plain or on an unstable mountainside, or it might mean a species stressed through loss of its habitat.”
"Human-caused or not, these changes are likely to have impacts on society and the environment. Natural disasters, human health, biodiversity, endangered species, water resources, international trade, financial services, transportation networks, agriculture — virtually any area of human experience is in some way affected by climate. These impacts are occurring today, and they hold the prospect of increasing in the future. And for the most part, we are doing too little in response.”
Regardless of which side of the debate you favour, most agree that if we humans are acting in ways that could adversely affect our environment we should act appropriately.
At Rapidwall we have taken these precautions.
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