Millenials Have To “Do Something” About Climate Change

Before we’re all doomed or something

Millenials must take on climate change before it’s too late

Discussions about climate change are often like an episode of “Lost” —  a solution to one puzzle raises five more questions. If climate change is a proven trend, then what should be done? What should the government do? What should corporations do? And whose fault is it really? 

It’s interesting that question “what changes in my own life?” Is not posed.

It is both odd and expected that we millennials don’t care more. Odd because theoretically we are the most likely to join political movements to encourage change (see President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign slogan). Expected because adapting to changes, positive and negative, is what we’re good at.

And how are Millenials doing? Their unemployment and underemployment rates are staggeringly high. They’re saddle with tons of school loans debt with poor job “ladders of opportunity”. They’re moving back in with their parents at record rates. The last thing they need to be worrying about, except as a drunken bull session, is “climate change”.

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3 Responses to “Millenials Have To “Do Something” About Climate Change”

  1. ReFrozen_Spring_Gumballs says:

    I feel sorry for these millennials. They are as stupid as they are ignorant. Blindly voting in an inexperienced Marxist pro-muslim, anti-Americana person to be the leader of the used-to-be free world? And then claim that they know how to fix the climate?

    Expected because adapting to changes, positive and negative, is what we’re good at.

    If you’re so good at it, then why are you forcing others to change? Why are you insistent that the climate stay stagnant for the first time in its existence? If you are so good at adapting, then why not go the easy route and adapt to the naturally changing environment like your previous generations did.

    Idiots. Our future is riding on these people!?!?!?

    My son, who is 19, is a bit more libertarian than I am, but he is distressed, depressed, and feels pushed out of the government process. Granted, he’s swallowed a bit too much of the conspiracy theories flying around the internet, but he really feels that no one really has a say any more re: gov’t and its accountability.

    So, you’ve got the true millennials who are too stupid to vote, some who are too ignorant but vote anyway, and then others who feel “what’s the point?”.

    We’re in good hands.

  2. david7134 says:

    gumballs,
    I sympathize with you. My youngest is 21 and I really feel sorry for him with the stupidity around the US. I only hope that one day we can have a return of the CSA.

  3. ORPO1 says:

    I don’t think they owe anyone a damn thing………..
    Same for me………..I do not owe anyone a damn thing as well……………

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