The question in detail
In 1980, I was 15 years old. In geography class, our teacher, Jean-Louis Tison, asked us 2 questions:
- Is the climate warming?
- If so, is it possible that the cause is man-made?
We were then asked to scour the libraries and other sources of information of the time to find all the serious articles on the subject and draw up a sort of statistic of the various answers.
At the time, question No. 1 was more or less agreed upon, but the second question was still widely debated.
Common sense also tells me that it took life on earth and no less than a billion years for the C02 in the earth’s atmosphere to be absorbed and transformed into fossil fuels.
In less than 100 years, we have consumed a large part of this accumulated fuel, only to release it back into the atmosphere in the form of CO2.
So it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to tell you that we potentially have a big problem.
Our spaceship, the Earth, is in danger of becoming humanly uninhabitable.
But with the energy of dreams, we can move mountains !