Climate Change Quotes

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“Never does nature say one thing and wisdom another.”

– Juvenal


Posted: 03.28.2019

“We have entered the Shift Age: the time of transition in the evolution of human consciousness from separateness to a planetary frame of reference. We all must become aware and active crew members on Spaceship Earth.”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage


Posted: 03.27.2019

“Climate change is a global crisis – one the international community and private sector must tackle together if we have any hope of averting the worst impacts on our health, our economies, and our communities.”

– Tom Steyer


Posted: 03.22.2019

“Our nation has abundant clean energy resources. Tapping them will generate jobs, make the air safer to breathe, and address climate change – the greatest environmental crisis of our time.”

– Frances Beinecke


Posted: 03.21.2019

“Whether the future is our fate, or ours to make, is currently being decided by the synergy of the cumulative, collective and continuous actions that we take. There is a planetary reaction to everything we do – it just has a lag time before we become aware of what we have done.”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage


Posted: 03.20.2019

“Do what you can, with what you have, from where you are.”

– Theodore Roosevelt


Posted: 03.19.2019

“No singular great event brought us to our current relationship with the planet. We have stopped asking (like we did as children) why, how, who, what, where, and when.”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage


Posted: 03.18.2019

“He not busy being born, is busy dying.”

– Bob Dylan


Posted: 03.15.2019

“The key point is that we have been taught in a model that supports and fosters isolated/siloed thinking – just focus on the subject or immediate tasks at hand. Anything outside the focal area is extraneous, irrelevant, unimportant, and nothing you need to think or worry about. It is somebody else’s problem.”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage


Posted: 03.14.2019

“I used to think that top environmental problems were biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse and climate change. I thought that thirty years of good science could address these problems. I was wrong. The top environmental problems are selfishness, greed and apathy, and to deal with these we need a cultural and spiritual transformation.”

– Gus Speth, founder Natural Resources Defense Council


Posted: 03.13.2019