We cannot afford to be complacent about the state of our planet. Information, education, and action are key components to combat climate change, and to ensure climate justice. The safety and efficacy of our water systems, our forested spaces, and being mindful of the limited time that we have to do this work, is essential to the survival not only of our world, but the people living upon it. Our youth call out for climate justice. They see the implications and the scale of loss we have begun to experience, as well as the devastating impacts on those living in poverty and in indigenous communities.
We must ALL do this work. We must shift away from a resource pilfering capitalist model. We must take considered action at home, and professionally. We must educate all folks about the importance of our planet and its systems. Humanity, and the natural world, depend on it.