Mann: 'The one thing that every American voter can do to try to change that is to (a) vote in the upcoming election, and (b) vote CLIMATE, not just at the top of the ticket, but all the way down. The future of this planet could quite literally lie in the balance.'
'Arguably the single most critical issue facing human civilization today— is human-caused climate change'
11-year old 5th-Grader Bryce Madder: 'I first learned about global warming about a year ago. I was in school and I found out by 2040, all the world’s sea ice will disappear. By 2050, we could actually lose two-thirds of polar bears, and that just really bothered me.'
Turn off the lights when you leave a room. Play less video games and watch less TV. Rely on solar, wind, or other alternative energies. Instead of driving, walk or ride a bike more often. Raise your thermostat by 2° in the summer and lower it by 2° in the winter. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
Michael T. Klare, Prof. of peace at Hampshire College: 'At this point, electing green-minded leaders, stopping climate deniers (or ignorers) from capturing high office, and opposing fossil-fueled ultranationalism is the only realistic path to a habitable planet.'