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It’s Time To Discuss The Economics Of Climate Change

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Even when confronted with military coup's and also climate change devastating our world we must not quit! John Iadarola (Host of ThinkTank), talks about army dictatorships as well as combating environment modification with Mohamed Nasheed, Deposed Former Head of state of The Maldives at the 2017 Oslo Liberty Discussion forum.

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  1. Posted by bradley murray, at Reply

    Islam is he biggest problem we face

    • Posted by stephan dijk, at Reply

      still there have been 0 terrorist atacks in my country the netherlands and climate change is threatining the whole existence of my country just like the maldives

  2. Posted by The Hidden Socialist, at Reply

    Climate change, instead of being an opportunity to show solidarity and clean up the mess, has instead been used by the politicians as an opportunity to divide the people. There is no debate to be had between honest scientists when it comes to the facts, man made climate change will destroy this planet.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      Uh, you will be hard pressed to find scientists that will claim that climate change will destroy the planet.

    • Posted by Saffron Blaze, at Reply

      Define destroy. Otherwise fake news.

    • Posted by The Hidden Socialist, at Reply

      “Define destroy. Otherwise fake news.”

      I am a you-tube commenter, not a news network, in case you were confused or mentally ill. By “destroy” I mean made uninhabitable for humans and animals. So therefore by your own narrow logic, I am now exempt from being classified as “fake news”.

  3. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    the one thing that I think a lot of climate change deniers have to understand is this. our technology has arrived at a point that allows us to track and collect data in miniscule manners that we couldn’t even do 25, 30, 40 plus years ago. we have technology now that can literally track all the dangerous elements that are in an atmosphere that once again 25, 30, 40 plus years ago we weren’t able to track. I would much rather believe in climate change and be wrong…….. then not believe in it and it be real?!? BECAUSE TO DO NEXT TO NOTHING, COULD COST MILLIONS OF LIVES!

    • Posted by farfiman, at Reply

      Oh, I am totally against war and Libya and Somalia ( and Korea and Vietnam and many more) were crimes of the US government. Sorry but sea level is not changing hardly at all and not any faster than the last hundreds of years.
      I am also an atheist and very left wing. I still don’t accept AGW as the holy truth. I am also a vegan which is a much better way to cut emissions,have cleaner water , have more food wordwide, and health benefits as well

    • Posted by Justin-Timothy Frater, at Reply

      How convenient of you to claim to be all these things while spouting right wing talking points… As for me I prefer to do something about climate change (and there’s more evidence that this is occurring than aliens mind you) and be wrong than do nothing and see weather conditions get too extreme for humanity to survive.

  4. Posted by CoffeeAt Midnight, at Reply

    Maybe these people have another planet they plan to live on so they don’t care about ­čîÄ.

    • Posted by FreakAlchemist, at Reply

      CoffeeAt Midnight Yep Heaven

    • Posted by CoffeeAt Midnight, at Reply

      FreakAlchemist. The masterminds wrecking it are heading down, not up.

  5. Posted by liedetector101, at Reply

    Cenk is a big contributor to methane emissions which is a greenhouse gas.

    • Posted by Me Teltrappin, at Reply

      liedetector101 cenk is also a big contributor to terrorism

    • Posted by liedetector101, at Reply

      Me Teltrappin Islam has nothing to do with Islam

  6. Posted by JahRandom, at Reply

    This guy has always been so inspiring

    • Posted by Ghostdini Stark, at Reply

      Even when I liked TYT I hated John

    • Posted by ibesweetp2, at Reply

      Ghostdini Stark He’s not talking about John you inbred Trumptard

    • Posted by Ghostdini Stark, at Reply

      +ibesweetp2 OH sorry I don’t know your boyfriend as well as you do, do you need to directions to the nearest safe space?

  7. Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

    We do not need oil/coal companies, they need us…

  8. Posted by Iker Dector, at Reply

    Why do people deny Climate Change?

    • Posted by farfiman, at Reply

      Not climate change- MAN MADE climate change.

    • Posted by Iker Dector, at Reply

      You are right, man-made climate change, sorry.

    • Posted by Iker Dector, at Reply

      That makes sense.

  9. Posted by Ricardo, at Reply

    These TYT trolls love terrorist attacks more than ISIS.

    • Posted by ArmyGamer105, at Reply

      Nobody loves muzzy terrorists more than TYT.

    • Posted by Wasp, at Reply

      Proof?

    • Posted by Martin ┼áriber, at Reply

      Are you guys high or something?

  10. Posted by Joseph565112, at Reply

    The economics are black and Latinos are crushed when more labor is outsourced to the pollution havens namely china. But you guys don’t know economics. That’s why blacks get poorer.

    • Posted by Joseph565112, at Reply

      Germany has maintained steady manufacturing. They pay more than Americans even get. It’s not robots and it’s not wages. It’s currency policy. It’s subsidies. It’s tariffs and other smart, “protectionist” tools that everyone else uses. America is stupid and does not (anymore) since the MNCs took over.

    • Posted by luvcheney1, at Reply

      Suzy Dixon, the Paris Accord is to penalize the wealthy nations while leaving alone the poor. Increasing costs in the USA, while allowing China lower costs simply encourages outsourcing, you idiot.

    • Posted by torchandhammer, at Reply

      We need to reduce costs. Let’s eliminate luvcheney’s job. A robot would have better logic.

    • Posted by RT Myths Debunked, at Reply

      I know, Suzy. As soon as a saw which countries were on the “non-annex” list I knew the accord was trash and an MNC ploy.

    • Posted by RT Myths Debunked, at Reply

      Not for their top 30 export industries. It’s a simple calculation. America, Germany, China, Japan. All major exporters, yet America is the only one running consistently huge deficits. The others run consistently large surpluses. Germany benefits from currency misalignment same as the others. Germany hollowed out southern Europe and its industry for its own benefit, and the dummies ask for more scraps.

  11. Posted by JosephLeasure, at Reply

    Hey great coverage! TYT needs more original coverage and interviews like this because you guys are great at it. More productive than your normal content

  12. Posted by come on man!, at Reply

    id like you to report on the London terror attacks

    • Posted by the dragon, at Reply

      come on man! tomorrow dude; they don’t film sundays

    • Posted by Marc Elrick, at Reply

      come on man! I was thinking the same thing

  13. Posted by game player, at Reply

    I don’t get why people still deny climate change.

    • Posted by Martin ┼áriber, at Reply

      Money.

    • Posted by bobby, at Reply

      Me too. Yesterday was a bit warm, but thankfully it cooled down 3 degrees today.

  14. Posted by NahtE NielK, at Reply

    Is renewable energy cheap? No.
    Is renewable energy plentiful/consistent? No.
    Is renewable energy reliable? No.

    Fossil fuels are all of those things. Renewables have their place in 2017 but it’s very niche. It’s a myth that they solve all our problems. Fact is, billions would die if you snapped your fingers and replaced the worlds fossil fuels with renewables.

    Fossil fuels = advanced and thriving civilizations.

    • Posted by Sandra Schoelles, at Reply

      NahtE NielK see…when I look back my friend, and see the history of fossil fuels, I don’t see a miracle. I see Snow Whites apple, I see the apple of Adam and Eve. I see the destruction of humanity rather than the miracle you see. And it is coming much faster than the world population wants to admit. Hence the sciences of adaptation and mitigation. Continuing to proffer off of fossil fuels, continuing to drill and mine for them, is not going to be weighed out by adaptation and mitigation.

    • Posted by Robert Parker, at Reply

      @Mathias Weitz Screw Germany.

    • Posted by Comrade Dobler, at Reply

      Using oil derivatives for plastics, etc. doesn’t enter into the climate change problem.

    • Posted by Robert Parker, at Reply

      @NahtE NielK The Only Viable replacements are Hydrogen and Thorium. But more research and funding needs to put into these. These are the only 2 that will work on global scale.

  15. Posted by Ruska Sarapisto, at Reply

    This was soo interesting. I wish there was more foreign politics coverage at TYT! maybe you could start a subdivision that focused on world politics?

    • Posted by KyleTVProductions, at Reply

      Ruska Sarapisto these people are not experts in anything. They just google stories and talk about them.

    • Posted by Spoder Man, at Reply

      It’s because they brought on someone who actually knew what they were talking about

  16. Posted by Andy hoff, at Reply

    we have more important issues to worry about like radical Islam TERRORIST in Londonstan.

    first it was global warming. then it was global cooling and now it’s climate change to push the carbon TAX scam. i don’t think so

  17. Posted by Robert Redfern, at Reply

    There is not one desert in the world that was not caused by cutting down trees for grazing of animals. Floods are also caused by the same cause. Those that deny it will be the cause of more mass extermination of humans. Check out Africa, China and India for the tree reduction and desertification. No continent is safe. Even the EU is responsible for the extermination of the last ancient forest in Europe. Where are the mass protests being shown in the news? Ignored completely by the British Brainwashing Corporation.

    • Posted by Comrade Dobler, at Reply

      The Sahara was caused by cutting down trees?

    • Posted by clivewolves, at Reply

      What about Antarctica? No much farming there.

    • Posted by Dane DeMuth, at Reply

      Robert Redfern I live in Arizona USA. It’s been pretty damn desert’y for awhile… lol.

    • Posted by Robert Redfern, at Reply

      Natural forest fires which failed to recover because of too may natural herbivores such as buffalo or kangaroos ate the young trees in Australia with is another cause. The Sahara same as Saudi Arabia was caused by cutting down trees to rear sheep and goats. Travel around Africa if you want to see desertification in Africa. Desertification is spreading on every continent.

  18. Posted by Michael Thor, at Reply

    What they don’t get about people is that climate change takes 2nd place and they say it should take 1st
    People want a job first to take care of family’s and then worry about climate change not the other way around. This guy gets it TYT doesn’t.

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      +Michael Thor if you think worthless debates on YouTube are going to make any amount of difference you’re an idiot. The best way you can make the environment better is by slitting your own throat. The more dead idiots like you there are the better it is for the rest of us.

  19. Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

    I was paying $350 a month ($4,200 a year) in electrical bills. I live on Hawaii Island and we have the highest electrical rates in the nation. Our island produces 50% of our islands energy from green/renewable energy sources. The source of the high cost is due to the other 50% coming from diesel engine powered generation. I paid $12,000 for the installation of solar panels and battery backup. Now I pay *NOTHING*. It’s been 2 years now, Next year my system will of paid for itself 100% and everything it generates for me is 100% MONEY IN MY BANK ACCOUNT.

    • Posted by E. M. Fisher, at Reply

      Travis Rogers Dam I should get that. Does it work on cloudy days?

    • Posted by Anthony Villani, at Reply

      E. M. Fisher probably at a less efficient level, there’s also these things called battery storage, it’ll blow your mind

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      +E. M. Fisher it depends on how much battery capacity you have. I’m still grid-connected in case I need it. I have 3 days of back-up available if theres no sun.

  20. Posted by Magno Sullano, at Reply

    Let us work together to kill the oil-based economy.

    • Posted by Magno Sullano, at Reply

      Keep educating yourself.  Hope you will be able to find the solution.

    • Posted by Magno Sullano, at Reply

      It will eventually kill us all if we could not find a solution to kill the oil-based economy.  From pollution, to climate change and from terrorism to war. All of which is caused by the oil-based economy.

    • Posted by Robert Parker, at Reply

      @Magno Sullano If your thinking Solar your Wrong . Solar batteries are the issue they have a max of 25 year life. And most of the Material cant be recycled. In 100 years you will a greater environment threat than we have now.
      The Fact Is Fossil Fuels company and Governments need to invest. In Hydrogen and Thorium.. These 2 are the only realistic alternatives. Unless anther method of Storing Solar Power is develop. I really dont see Solar as a option on a global scale.

    • Posted by Ruthlessfish, at Reply

      Don’t lose time with paid trolls Magno.

    • Posted by Ispike73, at Reply

      So what’s the answer, Magno?