“The Uninhabitable Earth” is a New York magazine article by American journalist David Wallace-Wells published on July 9, 2017. The long-form article depicts a worst-case scenario of what might/can/will happen in the near-future due to climate change. READ IT.
One of the biggest obstacle to save the world is that we humans are the only creatures that are truly aware of our own mortality. And the concept of time. Therefore unable to make the necessary changes. Somewhere deep inside us we all know that we don’t have to face the consequences of our actions and the pollution we cause..
Mormon pioneers saw the frogs as messengers of clean water. Now, their survival is jeopardized by habitat loss, drought and soaring heat. Powered by WPeMatico
PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Vatic Kuumba, a local poet and playwright, has little tolerance for climate change resilience plans that leave out low-income families forced to be resilient for decades from environmental degradation. “It’s not just wetlands for birds,” Kuumba said. “It’s asthma and traffic.” Similarly, Pol Tavarez, a youth organizer, said, “For lots of families, climate change …
Americans have a short window of opportunity to combat climate change, rectify racist policies, and conserve farmland. This policy would help. Powered by WPeMatico
It is all up to us to become leaders in the fight against climate change. Join a growing movement of people around the world who are working to keep their local communities safe from climate impacts.
“After all, it is not up to one man to shape the world we live in – it is up to all of us.” – Sir Richard Branson