Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-Moon, who recently organised a climate change summit in New York, urged 'massive, urgent and immediate action.' He said: 'Science has spoken. There is no ambiguity in their message. Leaders must act. Time is not on our side.'
"Alarming students and the public about the impact of climate hazards, such as droughts and extreme events, can be counter-productive and cause people to ignore the warnings or succumb to denial."
Marc Morano, publisher of Climate Depot and producer of upcoming documentary 'Climate Hustle,' tells MRCTV the guide is making it sound like disagreement on climate change is a disease: 'Does our government now think that the greatest threat kids face is 'succumbing" to climate 'denial?!' They make it sound as bad as succumbing to Ebola. Parents need to be very vigilant when it comes to their children's education about man-made global warming.'