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Is Climate Change More of a Local Problem Than a Global Problem?


Is Climate Change More of a Local Problem Than a Global Problem?24-02-2019 21:55
Spongy Iris
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I don't mean to suggest that climate change doesn't effect everybody in the world.

I do want to ask, if the people of this world were able to migrate, and adapt our infrastructure, so that our growing population became spread out across more towns and cities, but those towns and cities were less densely populated and congested, would this alleviate the pressure build up of human related emissions enough to mitigate the risk of climate change?

Is this something like the UN's Agenda 21 is trying to propose?
Edited on 24-02-2019 22:31
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