Interested in USA to begin solving World problems of Climate Change being reported in the Chicago Tribune articles using on two-word solutions?
The Chicago Tribune articles in today’s seemingly never ending to a point of monotomids reporting on issues reminded me of a past six-word contest story in the past.
The Purpose of This Post?
Is to relate an ancient proverb, an idiom, to use only two words solutions to solve the problems described in Chicago Tribune articles.
Keeping in mind that proverbs and idioms serves to remind us that all the problems have accumulated over time, and need immediate two-word simple solutions to begin returning the process to solve the issues with interim solutions.
All this monotony is tiresome; no one can bear to describe it: The eye is never satisfied with seeing, nor is the ear ever content with hearing. (Ecclesiastes 1:8)
Idiom – the more things change, the more they stay the same
proverb Many things remain consistent even as changes happen. The phrase is often said in a resigned or sarcastic tone.
If things never change, they will stay the same
What’s My Point?
If we read the article, which seem to keep being monotonously repeated day after day, perhaps we might consider the two-word simple solutions be immediately enacted to begin the process of correcting the issue being reported monotony, over and over, in the news in a similar way of this following observation Witten three thousand years ago.
What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9)
UN Climate Summit Opens in Glasco closes at G-2O
In My Opinion
Here are my two-word solutions to obtain immediate action if USA environmentalist activists want to reverse climate change concerns.
Statement – One
“Speaking to reporters before leaving Rome, U.S. President Joe Biden called it “disappointing’ that G-20 members Russia and China ’basically didn’t show up” with commitments to address the scourge of climate change ahead of the U.N. climate summit.”
“Negotiators will push nations to ratchet up their efforts to keep global temperatures from rising by more than 1.5 degrees Celsius this century compared with pre-industrial times”
Two Word Solutions
End Deforestation ( Added )
At the Vatican Sunday, Pope Francis urged the crowds gathered in St. Peter’s Square: “Let us pray so that the cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor” is heard by summit participants.
Two Word Solutions
Comment your two-word solutions only if absent any names blame or derogatory exclamations.
Since the USA is the world’s largest consumer of products produced in the world, on the issue of climate change reporting become monotonous news reports, because the only thing changing in the news reports is that the sun keeps rising on these issues similar as the more things (news reports) change, the more they stay the same?
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