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Policy makers have generally agreed that the average global temperature rise caused by greenhouse gas emissions should not exceed 2 °C above the average global temperature of pre-industrial times. It has been estimated that to have at least a 50 per cent chance of keeping warming below 2 °C throughout the twenty-first century, the cumulative carbon emissions between 2011 and 2050 need to be limited to around 1,100 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide (Gt CO2). However, the greenhouse gas emissions contained in present estimates of global fossil fuel reserves are around three times higher than this2, 4, and so the unabated use of all current fossil fuel reserves is incompatible with a warming limit of 2 °C. (1)

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Ecology is not science.
Science is politics.
Ecology is politics.

Rich countries trying to impose their agenda to developing countries.
Behind every announcement, money.
No one can be trusted.

We are who we are.
We make our environment.
We find our own balance.

Even without animals,
even without forests,
even without clean seas,

We are who we are. Free from dependencies.

Without animals.
Without forests.
Without oceans.

Pure science.
Love of our self.
Love of the cosmos.

Without nothing.

Just us. And the deep black void…