97% of Climate Scientists agree
Humans, when confronted with big problems (obstacles) to overcome engage in two common responses, avoidance, and more AVOIDANCE. Climate change is an active, rapidly changing this lifetime issue for all of us yet it seems so many of us are living lives like nothing is wrong. Why? This is a normal human response when confronted with a problem too big to solve by one of us. Imagine you had a place to go to for realistic solutions and to hear from leading scientists and activists like Greta Thunberg. This is our planet.
This morning, a Microsoft partnership with Nature Conservancy with a goal of planting 1 Billion trees, popped up on my computer. Please join me in donating $1 or more to this noble effort.
Protecting our planet
Over the last 45 years, 60% of the world’s wildlife has disappeared. And each year, 32 million acres of the world’s forests are depleted.
– The Nature Conservancy
We’re facing unprecedented challenges from climate change: pollution, flooding, drought, loss of biodiversity, and a rapidly growing population of almost eight billion people. Lives, livelihoods, and natural resources hang in the balance.
But there’s still hope to reverse the damaging cycles we’ve created. Together, we can work to ensure a safer, healthier, and more sustainable future for our planet.
Multiple studies published in a
Overwhelmed with the consequences of inaction or business as usual? You are not alone. This is a big issue that confronts us and it is human nature to find a way of avoiding this very big human-created climate change concern. Too big a problem to solve on your own? The time for inaction has long since passed and we have no time to waste on “not trying”. This article includes verifiable evidence of the state of our climate on Planet Earth. If you’re still not persuaded, please click on the button below for NASA.GOV scientific consensus. This article also includes a viable potential solution from Tom Chi. I urge you to watch and
(3 Dec 2018) A Swedish teenager, who takes time out of school each week to highlight the danger of global warming, says world leaders who are skipping a UN climate summit are “very irresponsible”.
Fifteen-year-old Greta Thunberg traveled to Poland for the start of the two-week talks and delivered a speech on Monday to some of the decision-makers at the conference.
Speaking afterward, Thunberg said the absence of leaders such as US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel “shows what they prioritize”.
Thunberg, who protests outside the Swedish parliament every Friday, said of politicians not in attendance: “In the future, we will look back, and we will either laugh at them or we will hate them.”
Her activism has inspired other students from as far away as Australia.
http://ScientistsWarning.TV/ – Today our little climate giant, Greta Thunberg, is joined by her father, Svante to talk about her path from an unknown Swedish school girl to an internationally recognized climate leader. If governments don’t give a damn about her future, why should she give a damn about their laws! Svante discusses how Greta’s passion for the truth about climate has changed the family’s lives. Very compelling.
As government ministers from around the globe gather in Katowice, Poland, for the final days of the 24th U.N. climate summit, we speak with 15-year-old activist Greta Thunberg, who denounced politicians here last week for their inaction on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. She has garnered global attention for carrying out a weekly school strike against climate change in her home country of Sweden. “We need to change ourselves
Teen Climate Activist, Greta Thunberg
Greta Thunberg realized at a young age the lapse in what several climate experts were saying and in the actions that were being taken in society. The difference was so drastic in her opinion that she decided to take matters into her own hands. Greta is a 15-year-old Stockholm native who lives at home with her parents and sister Beata. She’s a 9th grader in Stockholm who enjoys spending her spare time riding Icelandic horses, spending time with her families two dogs, Moses and Roxy. She loves animals and has a passion for books and science. At a young age, she became interested in the environment and convinced her family to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
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