I actually read this article at Grist by David Roberts the other day (I read most stuff at Grist, one of my favorite websites), but never made it down to the end. Fortunately, Steve Milloy did, and notes the Warmist aspect
Can you guess what “growing our circle of concern” means?
Yet for every ton of carbon we emit, we are firing a bullet into the air. We may not live to see it, but those bullets will rain down on the children of the future, and they will suffer for it. Obama said of the nation’s young:
We know we’re always doing right when we’re taking care of them, when we’re teaching them well, when we’re showing acts of kindness. We don’t go wrong when we do that. (note: this comes from Obama’s Newtown speech)
He also said, of our efforts to protect them: “Surely we can do better.”
Yes. Surely we can do better in protecting today’s children from random acts of violence. But surely we can also do better in protecting tomorrow’s children from suffering that, however distant and theoretical it may seem to us now, will yield just as many broken lives and broken hearts.
That’s right, Roberts used the Newtown tragedy to push “climate change”.