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Some radical approaches/plans to combat Climate change

http://carbon.ycombinator.com

These approaches ( mainly for carbon removal) present some radical ways to achive the same , what are your views about these ?

This is proposed by Ycombinator ( the biggest startup incubator in word and a darling of sillicon valley)
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  • Sir firstly we dont need any radical approach.we need some basic changes .Already we have a lot of comprehensive laws and acts but its implementation is horrible..
  • edited October 2018
    no , the time for basic approach is oer , as argues in the link , now some radical changes are indeed need of hour
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  • "Phase 1" of climate change is reversible by reducing emissions, but we are no longer in "Phase 1." We're now in "Phase 2" and stopping climate change requires both emission reduction and removing CO2 from the atmosphere. "Phase 2" is occurring faster and hotter than we thought. If we don't act soon, we'll end up in "Phase 3" and be too late for both of these strategies to work.
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  • edited October 2018
    Harmonize climate related targets under SDGs with objectives of Paris Climate Treaty. And make them binding on member countries.

    No radical solution can work without consensus between developed and developing countries. Unfortunately the elephant is running in the opposite direction, threat to climate treaty.
  • no , the time for basic approach is oer , as argues in the link , now some radical changes are indeed need of hour

    Ill be back after 28 .. i have lot of things to say..
  • Harmonize climate related targets under SDGs with objectives of Paris Climate Treaty. And make them binding on member countries.

    No radical solution can work without consensus between developed and developing countries. Unfortunately the elephant is running in the opposite direction, threat to climate treaty.

    expecting the red tape and inter-governmental politics to really bring about a change , given the views of Trump ji maharaj may not be the best way forward
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