I'm not crazy, the attack has begun.
You're still not understanding the thread topic.It’s but one example Donald.
As to your quite question, the answer is they haven’t been persuaded by any means that plastic litter on beaches is a lesser priority. Most people on earth can cope with more than one problem to solve at the same time, and adapt their behaviours to lessen them.
If you’ve ever done a beach clean up you’ll know that the majority of the waste wasn’t dropped on it by the hypocrites using it.
A good way to avoid littering is to not consume it in the first place.
How have people been bamboozled into believing they need to do more about CO2 than stuff they can do something about? Yes, OK, you have expressed that in a fine way, people accommodate more than one problem at a time. But they also have to prioritise dealing with those problems and I am making my point known that I think it has been utterly distracted by the ridiculous use of language saying that CO2 is a 'harmful pollutant'.
The other damaging claim made is that there is some 'critical threshold' past which we will suffer some heat death. This totally undermines the reality of past times where CO2 rises and falls naturally to and from very high levels.
What else has lead mankind to taking its eye of more significant, immediate pollution challenges that will have a long lasting effect?