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Dead Fish Walking
I read @guardian independent news site everyday. Multiple times per day and you should too. And I agree with them that the language needs to change when talking about climate change. If you read anything at all do read their environment section http://theguardian.com/uk/environment and prepare yourself to cry then get angry and then do something. It's so hard to believe that there are people who believe that life will continue as per usual.
My four and five year old deserve pristine beaches to play on like I had 40 years ago to play on. Now, I haul a bag of garbage (plastic) home with me every time we go across the street to the beach... bottles, lobster bait netting, shoes, boots, broken plastic lights, dice, car tires etc.
Holy fuck people. Get out of your head and start talking, posting, sharing and doing. Be the change you want to see happen.
Here in Canada, where we are warming at twice the rate of the rest of the world, parts of the road I live along are impassible during high tide when ferocious storms hit. There have already been homes fall into the the Bay of Fundy along one stretch of this road.
Every time you or I eat fish we are eating plastic. Really.
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