Furthermore, I just finished reading Al Gore's, An Inconvenient Truth, having already seen the movie based on this book. I'll have the unique opportunity of watching the power point presentation in person next month. According to Gore:

Now it is up to us to use our God-given ability to reason with one another about our future and make moral choices to change the policies and behaviours that would, if continued, leave a degraded, diminished, and hostile planet for our children and grandchildren- and for humankind. The choice is ours. The responsibility is ours. The future is ours...
...[the Earth] is our only home. And that is what is at stake. Our ability to live on planet Earth- to have a future as a civilization.

If you would like tips on how you can make changes in the way you use energy, live on this planet, and consume its resources, visit www.climatecrisis.net

Al Gore goes on to say that "inconvenient truths do not go away just because they are not seen. Indeed, when they are not responded to, their significance doesn't diminish; it grows."

We must respond. We must vote. We have a moral obligation to protect human life! We must demand that our elected officials adhere to this moral obligation: Tell your elected representatives to protect human life from conception until natural death and save the planet we call home. Partisan platforms in this country are morally reprehensible across the board; demand a change in the moral order of our nation. You can start at the polls; just don't end there. Godspeed!

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