“…The Titanic at 100 Years: We’re Still Ignoring Warnings, This Time it’s Climate Change – Says Director James Cameron…”

“…You’ve got the starving millions who are going to be the ones most affected by the next iceberg that we hit – which is going to be climate change.

We can see that iceberg ahead of us right now – but we can’t turn.

We can’t turn because of the momentum of the system -

- the political momentum – the business momentum.

There too many people making money out of the system the way the system works right now -

- and those people frankly have their hands on the levers of power – and aren’t ready to let ‘em go.

Until they do we will not be able to turn to miss that iceberg and we’re going to hit it -

- and when we hit it the rich are still going to be able to get their access to food, to arable land, to water and so on.

It’s going to be poor – it’s going to be the steerage that are going to be impacted…”

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