That depends on the definition of “Point of No Return”. We are already at the point where global warming will be responsible for species extinctions, millions of dollars of property damage, and many other far reaching changes to our planet. Even if we meet the most strict standards laid out by international panels, the world will change before it gets better, However, this is not to say that our legacy to our children need be the wrecking of the planet. New technologies could be developed over the next decade to reverse some of the damage. The point of no return suggests our planet is irreversibly broken. This is not true, but what is true is that our way of life up to this point is broken. We have reached the point of no return for our careless use of our planet’s resources, not our planet.
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