If the climate science doesn’t convince you, maybe this will

So what?

The debate on climate change is pointless. While I except the scientific consensus on the way humans impact the planet, the case for renewable, responsible energy makes itself without our help. Whether you want to save the polar bears or plug your ears to the whole thing, the earth is our only home and shouldn’t be treated as if the worst will never happen to us.

The argument most people see when they turn on cable news is whether or not humans have a hand in the rise in extreme global weather events. I’m very tempted to spew all of the facts and statistics I can afford to make the case for manmade “global warming,” but I don’t have to.

This debate has been turned into a political football and fundraising scheme, the lead being buried and the crux of the story lost under mountains of tedious studies and opposing…

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Take care at our planet, go Green.

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