…is upon us.
The video says so and I personally think that that video should be delivered to all of the governments around the entire globe.
Climate change could, within a lifetime, destroy “entire cities and societies”, Sir David Attenborough has told the UN Security Council.
The likes of donald trump deny everything about climate change tho and no doubt there are others who think along the same lines.
So…what do we do?
Because the time is NOW and that change NEEDS to happen.
If you didn’t see the program then you’ll more than likely be oblivious, so here it is for you to watch, but be warned! It’s both disturbing in the realisation that as a people we actually are adding to the destruction, in one way or another, and it’s saddening to learn how far that destruction has gone already and what is needed to stop it.
With the HUGE mess that the world is in at the moment in all areas, be it governments dictating to their people and wars that never seem to end, the pandemic we are facing, and then the knowledge that there is more likely to follow and the destruction of rainforests and habitats filled with wildlife, the video above should be seen as a cry for help.
How? and who? is going to make things right!
Some countries can’t and won’t get on, so that’s a lose-lose situation.
Some governments almost laugh in the face of reality and blame other things like bad forest keeping, again it’s a lose-lose situation.
The world is now, basically, a consumer-led economically driven conveyor belt of take take take, and we’re all to blame.
I’m no physicist or scientist, or even anybody who has any pull or sway on anything, but I do know one thing for sure and that is that if things don’t drastically start changing…
Well, the facts are in the videos. I just wish I could make them all listen and do something about it.
I mean how the hell are countries and governments going to start working together when each country and government have in-fighting from within? It’s ridiculous! Even our own prime minister has opposition, and they are both basically trying to do the same thing.
When you look at it properly it’s going to take for everyone, all countries to be reading from the same page first of all, and then to stick together with what needs to be done. It’s shameful how the world leaders have gotten together before, signed agreements then just sat back and watched while everything got worse.
I’m sat here writing this and I’m shaking my head at the thought of how??
How do we follow David Attenborough and the professors, doctors, wildlife specialists, and animal keeper’s advice so that we can make a future for ourselves as well as our children’s grandchildren?
Like the sir, Robert Watson in the video says, “if we don’t act now, the youth of today and the youth of tomorrow are going to look back at this generation, with absolute horror! What were you thinking?”
Ah! At the end of the day, I don’t know if there’s anything we can do about it right now apart from eating more organically? And whatever changes are made there will be enough people to go against popularity, like there always are and always have been.
Well I know I’m doing my bit 🙂 I’m designing a website for a relatively new organisation called the people project, and they are all into sustainability throughout the world. Think back to when world leaders got together at the world summit in 1992 and tried to do something about it then. Along with the united nations, sustainable development goals this new organisation the people project are working towards this very thing, so yeah, wheels are in motion it’s just gonna take a lot more work and from all over too.