Re: [RML] Reading stuff - and food for thought

Andrew Boyd (andrew_db at bigpond.com)
Tue, 08 Feb 2005 05:23:39 +1100

Hi Christophe,

interesting article. The sad part is that there are a lot of countries
that don't recognise climate change as a problem at the highest level.

I consider it to be on-topic.

Best regards, Andrew

Christophe Mailliet wrote:

>Hi everyone,
>
>Just found this very disturbing article on the website of The Independent, one of the UK's biggest newspapers, concerning the current state of affairs with our planet's climate and what it entails for its ecosystems (and mankind): http://news.independent.co.uk/world/environment/story.jsp?story=608209
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>I am usually not sending this type of information around randomly, as I think everyone should be old enough to educate themselves on this type of issues.
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>But I am just thinking that if things happen like described in this article (and it looks like it's the case), then there will not be many fish (or other animals, for that matter) to keep in aquaria in a couple of year's time..
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>Apologies if you feel this is off-topic - I really think it is not that much.
>
>Cheers
>
>Christophe
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