• @WhiteHawk
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    194 months ago

    It’s a step in the right direction, at least

      • @WhiteHawk
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        114 months ago

        Reducing deforestation speed is the right direction. The wrong direction would be increasing it.

        • @[email protected]
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          04 months ago

          Reducing speed doesn’t change the direction, heading way other way does, but that’s just semantic so have a nice day

      • @Feathercrown
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        84 months ago

        If everything is not PERFECT it’s HORRIBLE and there’s NO POINT in even TRYING

        • @essteeyou
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          64 months ago

          I see this sort of thing on social media so often. Making good the enemy of perfect. It drives me crazy. It’s so defeatist.

        • @[email protected]
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          34 months ago

          Stop putting words in my mouth.

          Just said we’re still heading in the wrong direction braking is nice but not the same as turning the wheel and driving in the right direction.

          We NEED to TRY HARDER and don’t stop because hey guess they done something already

          • @Feathercrown
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            24 months ago

            Ok fair enough. I think it’s important to encourage change by acknowledging that we’re now braking instead of accelerating though. There’s no incentive to change if people give you no active feedback when you make no change, but give you negative feedback when you change something for the better because now it’s in the news.