Saturday, November 23, 2019

Environment Entertainment carbon kill the world?

Learn RRR Reading, Writing, Arithmetic.
Use real paper, most best info is on paper only.
Books last 1000 years 0 carbon needed for use.
Use sunlight to read.
Anything important will be written in a book or forgotten.
Walk to libraries.
Talk to people, sit in class.
Write with pencil on plain white paper.
At night sleep and think without any electricity.
Sell vehicles.
You can get smarter as you save the environment
Wave money $ wasted on disinformation electronic tracking monitoring devices.

Liberal addicts slowly learn they are the problem.
Electronics, travel, games a huge part of carbon consumption.

Trump should declare an environmental emergency and turn off all TV, Phone towers, movie theaters, indoor concert venues,
Ban sports, college, NFL, MLB, NBA, etc. that fly negro ball players around.
Fat slobs should learn to play ball not watch others play.
Fat slobs should walk to school and work.
Eliminate parking lots on campus and school travel….
Too much wasted energy in schools, colleges, universities.

Left wing addicts learn very slowly because dopamine destroys brain cells by overstimulation.
Electronics spurt more dopamine than books.

Slowly some of the smarter idiots, morons, finally learn:
"I have seen the enemy and they are us."

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the band Coldplay has already decided against touring with their latest material until they can find a "sustainable, carbon neutral" way to do it.

• Frontman Chris Martin told the BBC:

"We're taking time over the next year or two to work out how our tour can not only be sustainable,
but how it can be actively beneficial."

He added that the band wanted future tours to "have a positive impact."

• The move contrasts Coldplay's last world tour,
A Head Full Of Dreams,
where the band played 122 dates in over a dozen countries.
Martin told the BBC that he wanted the next tour to be
"the best version of a tour like that environmentally."

To mark it, the band will perform in Amman, Jordan, at sunrise and sunset, with the performances being streamed on YouTube.

"The hardest thing is the flying side of things.

But .. .our dream is to have a show with no single-use plastic, to have it largely solar-powered.

We've done a lot of big tours at this point.

How do we turn it around so it's not so much taking as giving?"
said Martin in an interview with the BBC.

Audience travel,
stadiums and
concert halls
account for two thirds of a tour's carbon footprint, according to the Green Touring Network, a German group sharing sustainability for musicians.

Some of the world's largest music festivals like the U.K's Glastonbury have already taken steps to manage their impact on the environment.

Other musicians have tackled the problem:

• Radiohead run their tour buses on biofuel and reject the use of single-use plastic cups at venues;

• Jack Johnson ensures album covers are produced using recycled paper;

• The Roots try to offset their CO2 emissions while on tour;

• Sheryl Crow who favored reusable water bottles and biodegradable catering while on tour.

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