Come March With Me For Climate Change!September 19, 2014
I don’t know that I’ve ever been so passionate about anything in my life as I am about the sad state that our beloved Mother Earth is in.
My heart aches for her – the plants and animals, oceans, lakes, rivers, and the land that we humans walk upon
With each year that I grow older, my love for Nature expands. Perhaps this is something that happens to everyone as they age. All I know is that it has profoundly changed my life. My head is “in the clouds” a lot these days – literally. Sometimes it’s hard for me to get from point A to point B because I’m so busy marveling at the beauty above.
But our human ways are destroying this precious planet that we think we own. We have been greedy, lazy and arrogant in our ways. We dump chemicals into our water and in the ground, we use up precious resources as if they are endless, and then we try to fix things in ways that only further damage the environment.
Each and every one of us has a responsibility to our Mother. She gives and gives and gives, but we have taken her to the breaking point. We live as though we’re at the top of the pecking order, but the truth is that it goes like this: plants, animals, humans. If our species dies, the plants and animals will do just fine without us. In fact, they will thrive. We need THEM, not the other way around.
Come March With Me For Climate Change!
So, on this Sunday, September 21st in NYC, I will be joining with thousands of men, women, and children from all walks of life to sound the alarm that climate change IS real and that ignoring it will mean disaster for the human race.
Why September 21st? Because world leaders are arriving in town for an emergency climate summit at the UN on September 23rd and we want them to know that we are demanding drastic change. Even the Secretary General of the UN, Ban Ki-moon will join in this public call for action.
I know many people who scoff at the belief that man is critically impacting climate change. There’s no denying that the earth goes through natural cycles that have little to do with man. But almost every environmental scientist concurs that we have gravely contributed to a situation which is bleak at best, and catastrophic at worst.
This will be the largest climate mobilization in history. The epicenter will be NYC, but cities all across the globe are joining in. Will you join me in showing our love and support for Mother Earth and urging our world leaders to do the same? CLICK HERE to join the People’s Climate March.
The most influential climate change paper today remains unknown to most people (Inside Climate News):
EPA questions/answers for skeptics and believers alike: http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/basics/facts.html
Fracking and climate change: http://www.brooklyneagle.com/articles/2014/9/17/opinion-fracking-equals-climate-change
How geoengineering is impacting our environment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsYG5emdZp8#t=450