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Re: Does anyone else think this is propaganda???

I find that very odd. If your actions make a negligible difference, why change your actions?

Arguments against changing your lifestyle because of the minimal individual impact of your actions are quite flawed. You would be ignoring the impact of aggregate change.
 
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Re: Does anyone else think this is propaganda???

Another opinion about the campaign http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,26290477-7583,00.html [Broken]

Panic, little ones, it's the Carbon Monster
 
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