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Climate Change Quotes

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“What is the balance point we want to strike between birth rate, longevity, resource capability, and TSE capacity?”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage

 

Posted: 10.12.2019

“What’s the use of a fine house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?”

– Henry David Thoreau

 

Posted: 10.08.2019

“We are now living in a dual reality. While we live in the twenty-first century, we seem to hold (most people very strongly) to the “way things are” as what is real. Much of our daily lives have been habituated to this twentieth century reality. We simply accept what we have known most of our lives as reality. Acceptance of something is, to some degree, acquiescence to it.”

– David Houle from “Entering the Shift Age” (2013)

 

Posted: 10.07.2019

“Universal embrace of an ecology ethic before the biosphere collapses is all that really matters anymore. Grow plants. Stop bulldozers. Know how much is enough. Be one with nature or die.”

– Dr. Glen Barry

 

Posted: 10.04.2019

“The Shift Age is and will be the age when humanity alters its sense in relation to our planet. This goes way beyond what we think of as the environmentalism of today. It is a much more long-term stewardship point of view. All of our previous history has been about economic growth, and use of the planet’s resources for our immediate needs. The Earth seemed to be unlimited in its space, resources and ability to absorb whatever humanity did. No longer.”

– David Houle from “Entering the Shift Age” (2013)

 

Posted: 10.02.2019

“We need to forgive ourselves for thinking and acting the way we have. We must not look back and blame. We need to forgive, let go, and face the reality of today… and the crisis ahead for TSE. We need to face forward.”

This Spaceship Earth Co-Founder Tim Rumage

 

Posted: 09.30.2019

“Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.”

– Horace Mann

 

Posted: 09.28.2019

“It is only through a global, not nationalistic, viewpoint that we can collaborate as crew to solve these problems.”

This Spaceship Earth Houle and Rumage

 

Posted: 09.27.2019

“The only way for every nation to put itself first is to lock arms with all other nations and move forward together.”

– Frank Bainimarama, Prime Minister, Republic of Fiji

 

Posted: 09.24.2019

“Climate change challenges our basic belief structure. Do we have dominion over the earth and creation, or is our role one of stewardship? I thought we were supposed to leave a place better than we found it.”

– Tim Rumage, co-founder of This Spaceship Earth

 

Posted: 09.22.2019