We are playing Russian roulette with features of the planet's atmosphere that will profoundly impact generations to come. How long are we willing to gamble?
Climate change is real. The science is compelling. And the longer we wait, the harder the problem will be to solve.
The earth is warming at an alarming rate, we are running out of fossil fuels, and it is long past time for us to take action to correct these problems.
I’m no longer sceptical. I no longer have any doubt at all. I think climate change is the major challenge facing the world.
Our climate is warming at a faster rate than ever before recorded
If you think mitigated climate change is expensive, try unmitigated climate change
Climate change is the most severe problem that we are facing today, more serious even than the threat of terrorism.
Climate change is such a huge issue that it requires strong, concerted, consistent and enduring action by governments.
First, I worry about climate change. It's the only thing that I believe has the power to fundamentally end the march of civilization as we know it, and make a lot of the other efforts that we're making irrelevant and impossible
Climate change poses clear, catastrophic threats. We may not agree on the extent, but we certainly can't afford the risk of inaction.
Climate change is so big that people who study it.. and many do.. need to speak to it. They must present scientific papers, they must appear in public, they must speak to the media and we must hear their voices. In order to get policy right, policymakers.. governments.. need to make decisions based on sound science.
There is still time to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, if we take strong action now.
We're in a giant car heading toward a brick wall and everyone's arguing over where they're going to sit.
Because of the complexity of the problem, environmental skepticism was once tenable. No longer. It is time to flip from skepticism to activism.
Ignoring climate change will be the most costly of all possible choices, for us and our children
An increase of two or three degrees wouldn't be so bad for a northern country like Russia. We could spend less on fur coats, and the grain harvest would go up.
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