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Climate Change Quotes

“We are all living together on a single planet, which is threatened by our own actions. We need some kind of global cooperation. Nationalism is just not on the right level to tackle the problems, whether it’s climate change or whether it’s technological disruption.”

– Yuval Noah Harari

 

Posted: 07.04.2020

“Our educational institutions need to see their purpose not as training personnel for exploiting the earth, but as guiding students toward an intimate relationship with the earth.”

– Thomas Berry

 

Posted: 06.29.2020

“No matter how far you have gone on the wrong road, turn back.”

– Turkish Proverb

 

Posted: 06.26.2020

“We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims.”

Buckminster Fuller

 

Posted: 06.21.2020

“Everyone on Earth today is down-wind or down-stream from someone else, so a problem anywhere on the planet, in some way, is a problem for all on the planet.”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage

 

Posted: 06.14.2020

“Individually we are one drop. Together we are an ocean.”

Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, Japanese writer

 

Posted: 06.12.2020

“It isn’t enough to do our best, sometimes we have to do what is required.”

– Winston Churchill

 

Posted: 06.09.2020

“The cost of our success is the plunder of natural resources, leading to energy crises, climate change, pollution, and the destruction of our habitat. If we continue in this same direction, humankind is headed for some frightful ordeals, if not extinction.”

Christian de Duve

 

Posted: 06.05.2020

“It is abundantly clear that the economic costs of not aggressively addressing climate change are far greater than the costs of addressing and overcoming it.”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage

 

Posted: 06.01.2020

“By valuing life higher than material things we move closer to the spiritual teachings of all the world’s great religions. This understanding is the next level of evolution for human consciousness. It is not simply a profound philosophical understanding, it is a practical way forward to rebalance the climate, to create meaningful employment, to fairly distribute affluence and create a sustainable civilization.”

John D. Liu, 2014

 

Posted: 05.30.2020