Loren Bliss: The Neoliberal plan for restructuring human society into a global slave plantation — is the ONLY rational explanation for the aristocracy’s tolerance of Trump and its tolerance — actually malicious intensification — of climate change. `
Pia Gallegos: The Democratic Party leadership’s failure to take global heating seriously is out of step with Democratic voters who now consider climate change to be a top-tier issue.
Justin Weinger: Many state and municipal elections in 2020 will feature ballot initiatives that offer voters a chance to place strong controls on animal testing, pet breeding and selling animals across state lines.
Rokey Jhonson: Ecological and financial dangers related with the expectations for climate changes are impressive and gravity of the circumstance has brought about various worldwide approach discusses.
Paul Haeder: Imagine the conservative society of civil engineers giving the USA a D- for infrastructure. Imagine the failing education system. Imagine the mass murdering media following all the dog nose in rear end stories.
Johnny Townsend: Now when I read another account of present (not future) climate disaster, I’m actually a little bit happy. If warnings are not enough, perhaps consequences will be.
Steve Hochstadt: Reducing and reusing the waste stream must be part of a broader societal effort to head off the environmental catastrophe toward which we are headed.
Jasmine Agneli: The current climate warming is the result of human activity and it is increasing at an alarming rate that has never been found in the past.
Steve Hochstadt: My life will barely be affected by climate change. By the time the accumulated results of human activity create disastrous effects in America, I will probably be in a nursing home.
Johnny Townsend: Many Democrats are conservationists with a strong belief in science, but even they don’t seem able to apply what they observe happening in nature to their own lives.
Johnny Townsend: We have to ask ourselves if giving up hamburgers or Hummers or holidays in Paris is a greater loss of comfort than living with increasingly severe droughts, floods, hurricanes, wildfires, and crop failures.
Walter Moss: Yet, if we care about our future and that of our kids and grandkids (and who, whether Republican or Democrat, does not?), we must get out and vote in the upcoming mid-term elections. And if our caring is enlightened, we will vote Democratic.
John Peeler: Our children and grandchildren—those who survive—will look back on Trump’s and conservatives’ response to global climate change; they will see that we knew what had to be done, and our leaders flatly refused to do it.