There is a clarion call from the UN on the challenges of our time. They have likened human action as a war of attrition with the world we live in and those who inhabit it. They cite the state of biodiversity today where many species are facing extinction. Consequently, the state of our seas regarding its inhabitants being overfished. The problem with plastics and the propensity for us to lose more forests. Subsequently, what all that does to our ecosystem. As a result, the frequency of meteorological capacity to cause devastating results. The pandemic we are facing and that we are losing sea ice through warmer temperatures. They project that this year and next will be the warmest on record. We have lost time by not being united on the climate accord. When it is essential to meet those goals.

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