Can the plastic disaster save the COP26 local weather convention? – Watts with that?
Guest contribution by Eric Worrall
As the COP26 climate negotiations stall, proponents of the plastics crisis are offering a merger, claiming that the climate crisis and the plastics crisis are actually linked.
Climate change: fight plastic pollution urgently, scientists call on world leaders
Updated October 03, 2021 at 1:18 a.m. IST
This comes from a study published by researchers from the Zoological Society of London and Bangor University. As part of the study, the team identified three key ways climate change and plastic pollution are related.
First, they emphasize that the manufacture of plastic goods emits a lot of greenhouse gas emissions.
Second, extreme weather events such as floods and typhoons cause immense devastation as a result of climate change. This devastation is contributing to the spread of plastic pollution in the ocean
Third, they talked about how climate change and plastic pollution affect life in marine habitats. The warming of seas and oceans from climate change also affects coral reefs and marine habitats.
Scientists warn politicians that while their focus is on fighting climate change, they shouldn’t ignore plastic pollution, as together they make matters worse.
They claim that instead they should be collectively viewed as a major problem that needs to be addressed immediately.
According to a to learn Published by researchers at the Zoological Society of London and Bangor University. As part of the study, the team identified three key ways climate change and plastic pollution are related.
Read more: https://www.indiatimes.com/technology/science-and-future/climate-change-plastic-verschichtung-550555.html
Marc Morano predicted the rise in the plastics crisis in 2010, but to date, the fake plastics crisis has been largely overshadowed by the fake global warming crisis.
What are the prospects that the plastic crisis will gain momentum?
In my opinion, the plastic narrative has probably reached its limits. As you can see in the picture above, climate protesters seem to be avid personal contributors to plastic pollution themselves. Obviously it would be embarrassing to have a plastic crisis march littering the landscape with plastic pollution, but to date it has been a struggle to convince the kind of children who participate in climate marches to clean up for themselves.
That being said, my track record in predicting future crisis narratives is not great.
After Turkey deployed ready-to-use autonomous hunter-killer-terminator robots straight out of science fiction in the Libyan civil war last year, giving an overwhelming advantage to their proxies and surprising the prestige of Russian high-tech military suppliers, I thought my long-predicted AI crisis was going to get some traction. But I think that something unknown and terrible in North Africa just doesn’t have the appeal of the fake plastic crisis that has at least partially established itself in the minds of the public.
At least Marc predicted a crisis that received significant public attention.
As Yogi Berra once said, “It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future”.