Sir, – The causes of, and responsibility for, the world’s climate changes and their consequences – some disastrous like bush fires or very seriously damaging like flooding – are based on multiplicity of causative factors.
Sir, – I see regular letters denying the changes to our world are anything to do with our actions and I wonder: if not us, then what?
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