It’s Like Totally Time To Get Our Sh*t Together On Climate Change Or Something

No, really, so says Ethan Sheehy at Cardiff University

It’s really time to get our shit together on climate change!

‘Tipping point’, ‘urgent’, ‘alarming rates’, you’ve all heard these phrases before and I suspect many of you are bored by the flood of forewarning and beseeching language when it comes to climate change.

I’m afraid I’m about to restate these facts and warnings to you once again. There’s a reason there has been such persistence with these matters, because they are extremely important.

Climate change is now a battle of which we are all a part, whether we acknowledge it or not, and is a battle for the survival of our species and for the planet on which it dwells.

We must all force our authorities in government to move to a place of satisfactory commitment and effort in this battle and this can be executed in December’s pivotal United Nations summit in Paris.

Force! How about if Warmists like Ethan move to a place of satisfactory commitment in their own lives?

If we, however, adopt the approach offered by the fatuous oil companies or the unbelievable climate change deniers and do nothing and carry on as we are, and the diminishment does happen (which it obviously will), we will have just provided ourselves with the rope that will choke us.

That’s a microaggression. I might have to file a complaint with Cardiff U for being “triggered”. Yeah, you know I won’t, because I’m not a hyper-Offended lefty whiner.

Climate change is one of, if not the, vital global, collective issues we are facing and it’s about time we did what is needed to rid ourselves of it.

Good luck with that, Bub. Climate has always changed.

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One Response to “It’s Like Totally Time To Get Our Sh*t Together On Climate Change Or Something”

  1. Jeffery says:

    So the short, frenetic Age of Man will end with a whimper, not a bang. And only after about 15,000 years. In contrast, dinosaurs dominated the Earth for over 100,000,000 years. Next up – The Age of Insects!

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