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How do you think humanity can respond to climate chaos and mass migration by coming together in cooperation, rather than the current path towards fascism and borders? If we think authoritarianism is bad now imagine when a billion people need to migrate away from the heat. 2 billion. Then 3... Those in power already chose their path. They don't care about us they just want to protect themselves and wall everything off and hoard weapons. That's a useless path for humanity and we'll all end up dead. The crises are immense and imminent and we are going to have to work together to survive. How can we get there?
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How sad if humanity is given this immeasurably rare chance at life in the universe, intelligence and the ability to cooperate and work together to solve problems, and we just throw it away and go extinct because eh, it's hard, we just want to fight each other instead. I think we can do better I just don't see how to get us there...
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Appreciate your thoughtful cast in /politics. Hope you continue to post here. 5000 $DEGEN
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I don’t think we will fix the climate crisis until there’s an economic incentive to do so. No clue how we address mass migration. It feels like America and many others will close their borders even more.
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There is probably no path here that doesn’t lead through fascism. Sadly we must choose wrong several times before choosing correctly. America has never really gotten it right the first time. It’s depressing but true.
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i think about this a lot, we have to think differently about literally everything
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Feels like the options boil down to Green Growth vs Degrowth. Either we’re living in the e/acc future, living in the circular doughnut economy or we fucked it up and we’re living on borrowed time.
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