International borders, economies, food and water supplies, health, education, transportation, energy sources, are all predicted to change with the climate as the planet warms faster than scientists predicted.
We have already passed too many tipping points to avoid some of the climate’s most devastating effects, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to throw in the towel.
There’s too much at stake for our children, grandchildren, great-grand children, and on.
While it’s true the country and world they will inherit will be significantly different from the one they occupy now, it doesn’t mean we should bequeath them an uninhabitable wasteland.
It’s been said before this is the most important election of our lifetimes.
It really is.
Even the environment is screaming an end to Trump.