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Deborah Meaden

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People that advocate for climate change, like Deborah Meaden of Dragons' Den, have been called alarmists. Meaden has openly defended himself against accusations of exaggerated climate change on websites like X (formerly known as Twitter). She is enthusiastic about the subject despite the animosity her public stance provokes. Meaden recently told the BBC that "the climate change problem is here and now" during a gathering. According to her, the concept is becoming more and more popular, and this has significant financial ramifications.
She is, of course, better known as a well-known businesswoman than as a scientist or social activist. Because they provide us with the needs and luxuries of contemporary life, big enterprises are a major contributor to the environmental harm that drives climate change.Meaden claims that because of consumer pressure, they are being compelled to reevaluate their policy more frequently. In the last five or six years, consumers have begun to realize the power that lies in their pockets, according to her. "They are advising firms to alter the way they operate. They want to ensure that companies are lessening their influence on the environment.

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  • walter lungayi

    46 w

    We don't have time, the time for action is now.

    • Joyce Waturu

      46 w

      It's a strong stance you've taken madam Deborah, Stay on track for the planet's sake. Sanity ought be restored and it's only bold people like you who can engineer the so much needed change.

      • Patrik Lobergh

        46 w

        More of us need to speak up and take the discussion with neighbours, colleagues, friends and families. It's a "Bildung" and maturity journey for many, so perseverance and patience are good advisors

        • Lucinda Ramsay

          46 w

          Yes, people start rolling their eyes when I talk about actions and climate issues.

          • Andy Middleton

            46 w

            People are getting scared and attack those transmitting the “bad” news and cannot yet take in the magnitude of the changes ahead. I also get into unpleasant exchanges on social media but feel that it’s my obligation to push tirelessly for an awakening

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