If that's actually the case then whatever our region does is laughably irrelevant.
It seems the concept of a global problem is impossible for you to grasp.
We could also pour our motor oil down the drain and it would make no noticeable difference to the planet. And yet, most people understand why we don’t do this. In fact most people learn this from their parents quite early on when we throw some garbage on the ground and they ask the question of “what if everyone did what you’re doing?”
Now, to what length should we go to take action? Open question for sure and there is surely little point in pushing further than is economically justifiable given current technology. That kind of action will need to be taken by nation-level actors to be effective.
Edited by LeoVictoria, 15 January 2019 - 11:00 PM.