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Tags: justice

We'll see it, our kids will live it, our grandkids' lives will be defined by it.

"We will see it, our kids will live it, and there's a question of whether our grandkids will make it through or not."

This is God's world, our damage is an offence against God.

Evangelical Christians acknowledge that we live in God's world. Acting from love of God and Jesus Christ, Christians act to protect the natural world as God's creation.


They'll blame us not for what we use, but what we waste.

Future generations "will reproach us, not for what we have used, but for what we have wasted." —Pres. Theodore Roosevelt.

Stuffing ourselves senseless & leaving the tab

My generation were diners stuffing ourselves senseless at the Restaurant of the Earth's Riches knowing—while denying—that we'd be doing a runner and leaving our grandchildren a tab that can never be paid.

Send your grandkids on an unsafe airplane?

Would you put your grandkids on an airplane that 97 of the top 100 aerospace engineers declared unsafe, because you heard the 3 others say 'no problem, it's perfectly sound?'

Category:Who to Believe?
Like the Titanic sinking, catastrophes aren't democratic

“Like the sinking of the Titanic, catastrophes are not democratic. A much higher fraction of passengers from the cheaper decks were lost. We’ll see the same phenomenon with global warming.”

Like like blaming a raccoon for going thru your trash

Blaming Exxon "is like blaming a raccoon for going through your trash. They’re simply responding to available opportunities." Their "multi-billion dollar investment" in Arctic seabed exploration "is predicated on Exxon’s belief that the planet is warming. . . is one of the most powerful admissions of the reality of climate change imaginable."

Einstein: compound interest is most powerful force in world.

Since 1950, the global percentage of dry areas has increased by about 1.74% of global land area per decade. That is 1.74% compounding interest, which Einstein calls the eighth wonder of the world.


Category:Extreme Weather
Desperate people do desperate things

Climate chaos breeds conflict, violence and terrorism. When people become desperate, they do desperate things, because they have nothing left to lose.

Climate change impacts everyone's food supply.

Climate change will have major impacts on the availability of water for growing food and on crop productivity in the decades to come. Increased temperatures will lengthen the growing season in northern temperate zones but will reduce the length almost everywhere else. The livelihoods of rural communities as well as the food security of city populations are at risk.

"We're entitled to every damn thing on this planet..."

"There is this long, wonderful history of the human race written in blood. We have this tendency to just take what we want. And that's how we treat the natural world as well. There's this sense of we're here, we're big, we've got the guns, we've got the technology, therefore we're entitled to every damn thing on this planet. That's not how it works and we're going to find out the hard way if we don't kind of wise up and start seeking a life that's in balance with the natural life on Earth." -- James Cameron