Saturday, 27 September 2014

Climate Change

There is absolutely no doubt that we have reached a collective turning point in history. What we do from now on will not only affect our lives but that of the entire planet. We all need to set aside our petty differences and work as one body so that our children's children will have a future.
We can no longer ignore what has been scientifically proven: Earth is in grave danger, and with it, all living creatures that inhabit it. Even if we were to dismiss the experts, we cannot turn a blind eye to what is happening right in front of us, in the form of hurricanes, heat waves, droughts and various other severe weather phenomena that have significant environmental, agricultural, health, economic and social consequences on all of us.
We need to act, and we need to do so now before it is too late.