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To be fair, we don't know how strictly other countries ration their CO2. Tim Send a noteboard - 12/08/2011 08:26:33 PM
The Thais obviously do: their city is several metres below sea level, with great big walls constantly groaning at holding back the weight of the ocean. But since we never get to go to countries that are further from the sea, we don't get to see how worried they are about it.
Vigilantibus non dormientibus jura subveniunt.

—Nous disons en allemand : le guerre, le mort, le lune, alors que 'soleil' et 'amour' sont du sexe féminin : la soleil, la amour. La vie est neutre.

—La vie ? Neutre ? C'est très joli, et surtout très logique.
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To be fair, we don't know how strictly other countries ration their CO2. - 12/08/2011 08:26:33 PM 1111 Views
yes but what would be the point of just one country restricting CO2? - 13/08/2011 03:41:09 AM 1016 Views
One country can't do anything about how the other countries behave. - 13/08/2011 11:33:39 AM 1205 Views
and how well did that work out for them? - 13/08/2011 10:06:51 PM 1094 Views
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