Feb 3, 2020-- "No one can say with certainty how our civilizational crisis will play out. We dont know exactly how much suffering and destructionhuman and nonhumanmight lie in store for us, or how soon. But we do know, with increasing certainty, that the actions of human beings have created horrific disasters and an existential predicament; and we also know that the actions of human beingsfor good or for illwill determine the future of our great grandchildren and the great grandchildren of thousands of other living beings. The stakes could scarcely be higher. We cannot wait to see what happens before we act on this awareness. Rather, we are obliged right now to do whatever we can to help prevent or mitigate the horrific scenarios that we have set in motion. What could be a greater moral imperative?" Terry Patten shares more. (6022 reads)
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