“When we’re asked ‘did climate change cause Haiyan?’ we can’t say yes. But if we just talk about the uncertainties then we’re not talking about the more important underlying truth, which is that climate change is a serious problem.”
There’s no uncertainty as to the cause of this monstrous storm took so many lives away.
Even world leaders stepping up to make this issue known to the world.Yeb Saño, a Philippines climate negotiator,declared a hunger strike during this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference. This hunger strikes calls for the attention by world leaders to take actions and flight climate change but do we really have to go to the extent of doing this, really? It is a shame that we often have to resort to such tactics to get the attention of the world and push for a greater reduction in carbon emissions. To all world leaders out there who are the main drivers for the change for a better and safer earth to live in, do the ‘green’ job for the sake of your country and people. You don’t have to starve yourselves right now, when you can actually fight for the change by investing in ways of saving energy and going green.