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What to do when climate change feels unstoppable | Clover Hogan

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Today’s youth have inherited a big, unprecedented climate problem to solve — and the eco-anxiety to go with it. Gen-Zer and activist Clover Hogan knows the struggle firsthand, but she also understands the path to climate action starts with the one thing you can control: your mindset.

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I grew up in Australia’s
Tropical North Queensland,

fishing frogs from the toilet

and dodging snakes
that hung from the ceiling.

Wetting down old sea turtles
stranded at low tide outside our house.

I spent more time outside than in,

delighting in the wonders of nature.

By age 11, I wasn’t allowed
to watch horror films,

so I turned to documentaries instead.

“The Cove,” “Food, Inc,”
“An Inconvenient Truth.”

The first time I experienced heartbreak

was when I sat glued
to my computer screen,

staring at mass dolphin hunts
that turned the shoreline red.

Staring as million-year-old forests
were bulldozed to produce Big Macs,

staring as Al Gore projected graphs

that showed how quickly
we were devouring the Earth.

And how good we were
at pretending otherwise.

The second time I experienced heartbreak
was in November of 2019,

as I watched my country go up in flames.

As one billion animals
were incinerated by the inferno.

As friends tried to rescue their homes,

poised on tin roofs,

armed with hoses until the smoke
and embers clung to their clothes.

I felt despair.




And staring at that wall of fire

higher and more ferocious
than any I’d seen before,

I felt helpless,


powerless to stop the flames,

powerless to protect the place I love.

Australia’s black summer was soon followed
by the firestorm in California

as their summer rolled around,

as well as flooding in Jakarta
that displaced 100,000 people.

More violent hurricanes
along the east coast of America

and biblical plagues of locusts
that threaten the food supply

for millions of people in East Africa.

Young people today
have not created this reality.

We’ve inherited it.

Yet we’re told where the last generation

with a chance to save
the fate of humanity.

Is it any wonder that there is an epidemic
of mental health problems?

Eco-anxiety is on the rise

and young people seem to be
some of the worst affected.

Research from 2019 showed that in the UK,

70 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds
were feeling eco-anxious,

feeling helpless, grief, panic, insomnia,

even guilt around climate change.

Environmental disaster is the biggest
mental health issue of our lifetimes

and in our war against nature
young minds are the collateral damage.

At my own organization, Force of Nature,

we’ve witnessed the same
on a global scale.

We’ve been talking to students
in over 50 countries

from Tel Aviv through Jakarta,

New York to Managua.

All of them have shared
this existential dread

that keeps them up at night.

Dread not only fueled by doom scrolling,

but by the belief that adults,

especially adults in power, do not care.

When I first discovered documentaries,

I decided the world was run by people
who were selfish and greedy,

that the rest of society didn’t care.

That we humans were a plague
on our own planet.

I’ve since spent the past 10 years
lobbying decision makers across business,

policy and civil society,

working with students in the classroom

and chief executives in the boardroom,

and I can tell you that my bleak outlook,

while in some ways right,

was in more ways very, very wrong.

Picture yourself as a senior executive
at a big multinational.

In the 25 years you’ve been climbing
that corporate ladder,

you’ve been told your job is to make money

and maintain the status quo,

to deliver value to shareholders,

to avoid the kind of risks
that could cost you your job.

You recycle.

You share climate change
articles on LinkedIn.

You even went vegetarian two years ago,

after watching a documentary
on mass farming.

Yet when you come home
at the end of the day,

you get the sense that your kids
see you as the problem.

They wish you were
the climate change protester

gluing themselves to the glass tower,

not the person sat inside the building.

When I first started working
with people in power,

I was surprised to realize

that they often felt
the least powerful of all,

and most of these leaders
perform mental gymnastics

to get away from those
uncomfortable feelings.

Young people today
are falling into despair

while the adults in our lives
are making sense of the situation

through denial.

When I ask leaders to describe
the future they envision,

it’s something of a techno utopia.

Flying cars in a world
where deadly diseases are eradicated.

Yet when I asked eight and nine-year-olds
in the classroom the same question,

the future they describe
is a dystopian blockbuster.

Empty supermarket shelves.

Cities underwater.

The kind of place no one wants
to find waiting for them

when they grow up.

You might find comfort in denial.

Numbing yourself to our
hyper-consumptive culture, sleepwalking,

even though the science tells us
that we’re hurtling toward the cliff.

You might feel despair,
like so many of my generation.

Because while feelings
of anxiety, frustration, anger,

can wake us up to the issues,

they can crush us if we carry the weight
of the world on our shoulders.

Neither despair nor denial help anyone.

They cause us to shut down,

to remove ourselves from the picture.

Denial erases our responsibility.

Despair lumps us with all of it.

The story of denial sounds something like,

“It’s not up to me,
because someone else will fix it.”

The story of despair sounds like,

“It’s not up to me
because it’s too big to fix.”

Do you hear the similarity?

Despair and denial might appear
to exist on polar ends

of the generational spectrum,

yet they stem from the same place.

How powerless we feel.

All of us.

I believe that the threat,
even greater than climate change,

is how powerless we feel
in the face of it,

concerned moms and dads,

cautious corporate leaders,

anxious 11-year-olds.

And I don’t believe
we will solve this crisis

or act on the many opportunities
it presents us with

until we’ve mobilized mindsets.

So how do we shift out of despair,

out of denial, towards something
radically different?

There’s a quote in “Spider-Man”:

“With great power
comes great responsibility.”

Yet what if the opposite is true?

What if it’s really “with great
responsibility comes great power?”

This is something that all
of the world’s movers and shakers

have known to be true.

They weren’t born leaders.

They simply decided to make themselves
personally responsible.

Now, solving climate change
is not your responsibility

because it’s outside of your control.

What you are responsible for

is the thing inside your control,

indeed, the only thing
that has ever been inside your control.

Your mindset.

We all have stories running on repeat,

stories that immobilize us,

stories the world impresses upon us
in boardrooms and classrooms alike.

“I’m just one in 7.8 billion people,

I’m too small to make a difference.”

“I’m not smart enough.”

“I don’t have the experience.”

“I’m not the expert.”

“The system is too broken,

our leaders too shortsighted,

our society too shackled
to the status quo.”

These stories paralyze us.

Rewriting them is the single
most powerful thing anyone of us can do

for the planet and for ourselves.

Now ask yourself.

Which story gets in the way
of you taking action?

Then think of the one thing you could do
to challenge that story.

If your story is
that you’re not smart enough,

you could challenge it
by focusing on the skills and talents

and gifts that you bring to the table.

If fashion is your passion,

how do we reimagine our relationship
with clothes to be fully circular?

If you love making food,

how do we stop a third of it
from being wasted every single day?

If you’re a talented musician,

how do we communicate
the urgency of climate action

through a universal language?

If your story is
that the system is too broken,

the problem is too big to fix,

visualize what it would look like
for you to focus on a single problem.

The climate crisis is the symptom
of many interconnected problems,

from food waste to fast fashion,

social inequality to how we’ve divorced
ourselves from nature.

Every problem requires a solution.

A solution delivered by a someone,

like you.

When you look back on your own life,

what do you want to see?

Will you have chosen despair, denial,

or something different?

Will you have been a spectator
to our planet’s problems

or the person who did
something to fix them?

What will your story be?

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  1. Diego Mendi

    July 19, 2021 at 7:50 pm

    We CAN’T stop climate change. Climate has been changing since forever and even if humans didn’t exist the current tendency is global warming. What we CAN do is to live in a more sustainable way so we don’t contribute to accelerate these changes.

  2. Justin TheBasket

    July 19, 2021 at 7:51 pm

    What to do? Give up. We are incapable as a species of even agreeing on what our problems are. Forget… put it out of your mind completely….that there is any chance of solving any major problem facing the human species. While there are individuals capable of conceiving solutions, as a species we are no different than any other simple animal and will never overcome the basic function of an animal in nature. We are to multiply as much as possible. Simple as that. Pure instinct and it will never change. Nature will always provide a balancing effect but it won’t be pretty or fun. It will be starvation, famine, war, and disease. It just isn’t natural for any animal to pre-empt nature (obvious as it may seem) by finding balance ourselves so it won’t happen. Hope that brightened everyone’s Monday.

    • Latronibus

      July 20, 2021 at 1:12 am

      Overpopulation isn’t actually the main problem just yet, and probably won’t be even down the line. Birth rates fall with education for women and access to contraception. GHG emissions per capita are more of the problem than the raw number of people at this point.

  3. SOPHIST - The Sophist Quotes

    July 19, 2021 at 7:52 pm


    • Maximilian Veers

      July 19, 2021 at 9:50 pm

      Awesome quote

  4. Shen Storm

    July 19, 2021 at 7:53 pm

    Alternate video title: How to make a 12 minute video from a 2 minute answer

  5. Don Brown

    July 19, 2021 at 8:13 pm

    “Climate change” bs! The sky is falling also!

  6. vinay kumar

    July 19, 2021 at 8:13 pm

    dont worry sister, everything will be ok if a major chunk of population go down…

  7. Stefka Dank-Derp Jr

    July 19, 2021 at 8:20 pm

    Climate change is unstoppable. We are experiencing on Earth right now a magnetic field that is completely breaking apart. Google “Earth’s magnetic field” and you will see articles from reputable science publications on the severity of our collapsing magnetic field. This had happened on Earth before many times according to core samples. Our magnetic field will weaken before a magnetic polar shift…in which the North and the South poles on Earth flip. This flip happens to our Sun every 11 years or so. If you Google you will see scientists believe we are preparing for a shift on Earth. Many studies have shown that before the shift there is major climate change on Earth. Our magnetic fields are responsible for the jet streams and temperatures here on Earth. Our deteriorating magnetic field is the reason our climate is changing…if you Google you will also see that climate change is happening on Mars, Jupiter, Neptune etc. This is a repeating cosmic event we are going through….it can’t be stopped. That is not to say that we have not trashed the Earth and damaged our water supply. We must make plans to deal with what the Earth is about to go through.

  8. DubQWST

    July 19, 2021 at 8:28 pm

    Fear mongering

  9. Ruthless Metal

    July 19, 2021 at 8:48 pm

    You just leave the leftist doomsday cults. 🙂

  10. koyaanisqatsi

    July 19, 2021 at 8:55 pm

    My comment was deleted XD Why? No one wants to hear the truth!

    As George Carlin said, “Public sucks, f*ck hope”.

  11. Mactastic

    July 19, 2021 at 9:37 pm

    They’re not going to stop burning fossil fuels. How do you make energy without fossil fuels? They can’t just make solar panels in mass and put them out there in 10 years.

  12. Woon Tan

    July 19, 2021 at 9:55 pm

    With great responsibility comes great power! Yes, focus on solving the problems.

  13. Ky-Van Kervyn

    July 19, 2021 at 10:10 pm

    If humans die off that’s nature I guess

  14. Maximilian Veers

    July 19, 2021 at 10:15 pm

    Anyone remember when TED was good?

  15. Matthew Kashnig

    July 19, 2021 at 10:26 pm

    There’s climate change and then there’s raping the environment of its animals. So a week ago a miner found a frozen wolf from 55000 years ago. I mean this isn’t a glacier and it’s not in the subduction zone and even if it was fifty-five thousand years is not long enough. So how did it get there do they have Frozen wolves and live wolves?

    • Matthew Kashnig

      July 19, 2021 at 10:30 pm

      I mean when the wolf died it obviously had to be warm for it froze

  16. Oluwali Blue

    July 19, 2021 at 10:57 pm

    go vegan, it helps A BIT

  17. C.I. DeMann

    July 19, 2021 at 11:02 pm

    O God, Thy Sea Is So Great And My Boat Is So Small

  18. MrJctii916

    July 19, 2021 at 11:19 pm

    You have no chance to save the fate of humanity… Adapt and overcome

  19. English IELTS

    July 19, 2021 at 11:30 pm


  20. Pepe Stock is Soaring

    July 20, 2021 at 12:16 am

    Haven’t the left been talking about climate change since the 70s? I swear they said “we only have 10 more years” about 30 times now lmao

  21. Phlegethon

    July 20, 2021 at 12:27 am

    I agree with the message but who is she presenting to? She doesn’t seem like she’s in a live room given the current state of the world

  22. Jacob Burns

    July 20, 2021 at 12:50 am

    Focus on improving your life. Be happy. Stop worrying about things you can not control. Turn off the nonsense.

  23. Robert Marmaduke

    July 20, 2021 at 1:13 am

    The 3-generational Thunberg theater troop of the New Carbon Catholic has taken their 10% of the SKIM, leaving the POODLED MEDIA to play re-runs and hire evangelical sweater-chewers to spew the Mann Gospel of the Hockey Stick of the Angry CO2 Sky God. REPENT SINNERS! Send your fossil fuel tithe-tribute to IPCC to ‘Save the Planet! _The Power of Greta compels you!!_

    But you won’t. Everyone knows it’s a hoax, even the Luddites. “So for Thee, but not for We!” as Sir Richard Branson burned a wormhole through the ozone, and all the People clapped and cheered. Huzzah!!!

  24. James Holden

    July 20, 2021 at 1:26 am

    Lol I’ll be surprised if we even try to do something about climate change. Even if we did it’s too late. Stockpile popcorn and watch the world burn. We are already decades too late.

  25. m. p.

    July 20, 2021 at 1:29 pm

    Let’s be honest. Being responsible for things that are inside our control may remove our feelings of guilt or fear, but won’t change the climate crisis.

  26. Custard Stuff

    July 20, 2021 at 1:30 pm

    It’s too late, these are the final days. Enjoy yourselves

  27. Ken Judd

    July 20, 2021 at 1:34 pm

    Be the change you want to see. Australia’s Redflow batteries are part of the solution yet your own government basically Ignores them.
    I’m going to install them soon as they get UL approved. I installed a solar array and because of that at least three of my neighbors did the same. Unfortunately the word exponential is lost on most folks and that’s where we are now everything in compounding daily. I believe I am doing everything I can, but without the help of every day people elect ing climate champions….

  28. Blossom sherwood

    July 20, 2021 at 1:38 pm

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    • Tomi Paul

      July 20, 2021 at 1:48 pm

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    • praise Broderick

      July 20, 2021 at 1:51 pm

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    • Victoria William

      July 20, 2021 at 1:58 pm

      When someone is straight forward and good at what he she does, people will always speak for them. For me I would say give Mrs Joyce Molly of financial education a try and you be happy you did

    • Brooklyn Brianna

      July 20, 2021 at 1:59 pm

      How can I get intouch with her??

    • Matthew Liam

      July 20, 2021 at 2:03 pm


  29. Thu Huong Le

    July 20, 2021 at 1:39 pm

    Thank you for a new perspective that people in power are also dependent on the system. Helped us see the problem on a deeper level!

  30. entrance exit

    July 20, 2021 at 2:09 pm

    Just added this to my motivation list, hopefully listening to this everyday and night will change my unhelpful mindset of wanting to be perfect in doing a lot of big things quickly. I get this thinking so much, I’ve naturally decided to not take any action at all with all the overthinking.

    Thanks for this 👍, over the past few years I’ve been so obsessed with climate research, I drove myself to burnout before I even realized it. It has been so easy to feel like a spectator rather than a person making impact. Though the thing is I do know how to make impact, it’s just that perfectionism gets in the way, and so I have been taking action to get rid of it by learning how to allow myself to do imperfect things and taking risks, and learning how to enjoy that.

    I was just about to play Minecraft, an experience that feels like living on earth except you can’t “destroy” it with animal agriculture and coal burning, as a coping mechanism, but today I’ll do something more productive instead as a result of this video, like reading something from Drawdown or PlantBasedData.

    Thanks again 👍, you’ve given me motivation. Also Force of Nature is very interesting, might think about using that someday.

  31. Rey De Guzman

    July 20, 2021 at 2:23 pm

    The way people forget about anything makes me conclude that it would be an impossible fight if we are still going at it with the same senses, habits, incentives, and most importantly, the daily structures, infrastructures, and superstructures that are constantly enforcing the habit of not giving a fcuk. It would be also intuitive to create a modern society merged with the principles of sustainability, biomimicry, effective utilization of wholistic sciences, with free education, medical needs, permaculture principles & wholistic agricultural sciences for sustainable food, and UBI. But unmanaged ego, tribalism, and selfish principles impede such prototype society that should ignite the true 4th Industrial Revolution. And here we are just doing the same things in sustaining the status quo, the same docility, the routinal population control, the edging of vast resolves that results to none, the lock-stepped usurpations, and the same saber rattling until who knows if whether a huge amount of economic, societal, and environmental collapse should be the concluding nail if whether we’ll make it or reset ourselves all over again. So for now I’ll just meditate, consume the minimum amount of resources as possible, and probably just let the planet do its natural movements while the ever-forgetful, relaxed, and humancentric society extinct itself.

    • Qhvian Anan-Laul

      July 20, 2021 at 9:56 pm

      The same mind that caused a problem, will be the one that solves the problem, but not always successfully.

  32. Lab MomOF2

    July 20, 2021 at 2:48 pm

    Climate change is a hoax!

  33. rueclouds

    July 20, 2021 at 3:50 pm

    The best talk I’ve heard in years! Everyone should hear it!

  34. Sir Sir

    July 20, 2021 at 3:52 pm

    It’s unlikely we can stop it but we can adapte to it. We should focus on that. It’s a more practical answer and approach.

    • Qhvian Anan-Laul

      July 20, 2021 at 9:42 pm

      It’s a very difficult process to adopt to having nothing to eat, no air to breathe, no water to drink,…
      It even harder to get an entire planet of people who are taught to want more, while trying to make sure they have less.
      Every human has to change at the same time, I am glad to be at the age where I have enough years to be a witness to the end of life or the way that the we save the life.

  35. Dwayne Dibley

    July 20, 2021 at 4:07 pm

    A. Nothing we’ll all be long dead.

  36. Sustainable Dittisham

    July 20, 2021 at 4:12 pm

    Very well said Clover – please keep on inspiring and empowering more young people – it’s a great mission and has, and will, encourage many to take positive action. Thank you. 🙏

  37. Shadowside

    July 20, 2021 at 4:45 pm

    Mental issues surrounding climate change are in part thanks to those spouting the world is going to end very very soon. The message for a better human future should be along the lines of, make a few small changes in your life, be happy, and others will follow. Trying to turn round an entire race of people globally is sheer madness and asking for trouble.

  38. Priyesh Pandey

    July 20, 2021 at 5:08 pm

    Guys focussing on climate change , me on clever Hogan ❤️. She is supercute

  39. Steve Lynch

    July 20, 2021 at 6:13 pm

    Another young person filled with emotion “Oh! my god the world is going to end” no young one just another fear being pumped into your emotional brain, so you too can live your life in fear, all your fear does is make politicians powerful, the rich richer, we have gone through this so many times and as humans we never learn, I’m from the 60’s we have the cold war, they would have us practice what to do, for when Russia would drop the bomb, (fear) acid rain was going to kill us all (fear) etc.. its one thing after another, covid stopped climate right?? no it just replaced our fear, cause people were getting tired of hearing about climate change, so young lady you hold on to your fear till they create the next one, cause I’m sure your body loves that constant surge of adrenaline

  40. john altyn

    July 20, 2021 at 6:36 pm

    STOP COMPLAINING. Over my lifetime I have planted over 5,000 trees from Maine to California and everywhere in between. I didn’t see anyone else around me doing it. I purchased them with my own money and planted trees indigenous to each State in remote areas. We humans are very full of ourselves. As Dr. Michio Kaku once stated: “We are Living in between Ice Ages.”

  41. Turkois

    July 20, 2021 at 7:22 pm

    This is so awesome!! Made me cry, but in a good way. I’ve been feeling powerless, hopeless, and in despair, and this helped me recognize my/our power. I especially resonated with “When you look back on your own life, what do you want to see? Will you have chosen despair, denial, or something different?”

    Thank you Clover 🙏, you continue to inspire me every day with your courage and resilience. ❤️

  42. J

    July 20, 2021 at 8:08 pm

    Stop listening to the media, that’s what you do

  43. Jkam Greenleaf

    July 20, 2021 at 8:34 pm

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  44. Toaster Bath Challenge

    July 20, 2021 at 9:36 pm

    Ok, I watched the video and I am still convinced that we already far beyond the point where we were able to stop the climate change. It is coming, unless we find a way to get rid of 99% of humans.

  45. Charlotte Scott

    July 20, 2021 at 9:37 pm

    I hoped this would help my despair – it is no help at all. Governments will not change until it is too late. The planet and people are suffering massively, I have been fighting since the early 80’s and it is getting worse.

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    July 20, 2021 at 10:12 pm

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  47. Matt William

    July 20, 2021 at 11:16 pm

    Yo you all gets a clue this climate change thing ain’t real yo it fake. No hot air no rising water you all fools

  48. Cajun Wolf

    July 20, 2021 at 11:21 pm

    Eco anxiety is a man-made problem.

  49. pernus

    July 21, 2021 at 1:24 am

    Just 100 companies have been the source of more than 70% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions since 1988.

    There is nothing we can do and we’re fucked.

    Drink and be merry, for tomorrow…

  50. pernus

    July 21, 2021 at 1:31 am

    “I believe that the threat even greater than climate change is how powerlessness we ‘feel’ in the face of it.”

    Are you serious? “Hey the world is burning and society is projected to collapse by 2040, but I think your problem is your mindset.”

    This is how the world ends. Not with a bang, nor with a whimper, but the lack of a positive mindset.


    • Bernardo Fitzpatrick

      July 21, 2021 at 4:54 am

      Yes! Mindset of rampant greed and runaway egotistical consumerism.

  51. Tapan Sadhu

    July 21, 2021 at 2:16 am

    Good morning.Thank you very much for your kind information about today’s youth. As a ‘children of God’ ,we’ve forgotten our ‘Divine nature’ ; what expectation will deserve from……?
    “Greedy and selfish” word in the TED lecture explain whole matter. Very fine , UNIQUE lecture.With regards and Thanks.

  52. Jimnesstar Lyngdoh Nonglait

    July 21, 2021 at 2:33 am


  53. IlIllIIlllIIllIIIll

    July 21, 2021 at 4:30 am

    She keeps to referring to the people in power as “adults”. Does she not realise she is a fully grown adult too? She says 16-24 year olds are worried about climate change? No, we aren’t.

    The world is going to be fine. Let’s not forget, these scientists said the planet will be under water by the year 2000.

    • Bernardo Fitzpatrick

      July 21, 2021 at 4:57 am

      Look around you – the effects of climate change everywhere.

    • IlIllIIlllIIllIIIll

      July 22, 2021 at 1:48 pm

      @Bernardo Fitzpatrick the effect the changing magnetic forces of the sun are on show. The world has been far hotter and colder when humans weren’t around.

  54. Nicholas Reese

    July 21, 2021 at 7:16 am

    Self-adsorbed Millennial combats climate change by talking … good one … eco-anxious?? plant some trees, you’ll feel a lot better …

  55. IOCS, Inter- Ocean-Climate School

    July 21, 2021 at 9:04 am

    Terrific talk. Thank you.

  56. anthonysilard

    July 21, 2021 at 3:59 pm

    Thank you for addressing this, such an important topic.

  57. halima k

    July 21, 2021 at 5:18 pm

    GOD is in full control of the climate… and you cant do anything about it.

  58. Duck games

    July 21, 2021 at 5:58 pm

    This world is doomed. There’s a reason why Elon musk and the global space powers are scrambling to get to Mars and colonise planets outside of our own. The reason is we are in massive trouble. This planet will soon be uninhabitable. This is the endgame.

    • Slayer96 lel

      July 21, 2021 at 10:33 pm


  59. 2 Brainy

    July 21, 2021 at 8:41 pm

    End domination of human beings by human beings and domination of nature by human beings and you will end climate change catastrophe. Don’t do it and see the consequences.

  60. Paul DeSousa

    July 22, 2021 at 2:07 am

    What to do when climate change feels unstoppable? We’ll, simply put, let’s just say don’t look the other and pretend the problem does not exist. Start by being a problem solver, we have enough couch potatoes in corporate and public institutions. Cheers.

  61. 123

    July 22, 2021 at 3:17 am

    Zero eye contact. Most important things in human communication, simply ignored.

  62. Khánh Linh Nguyễn

    July 22, 2021 at 4:02 am

    She’s so pretty

  63. james kirk

    July 22, 2021 at 7:55 am

    I’m sure if you stop scaring people about the doom coming with climate change, you will reduce the anxiety caused by it. In fact, I’m even more concerned for the people who worry uncontrollably. Get a grip already. There is nothing wrong that you can’t do something about yourself. Stop blaming everyone else for your situation. Stop expecting the govt to bail you out. Do your own work. Think for yourselves. Get your own education in something that matters, work in an area that actually matters. Pay your own bills and debts owed. Develop a plan to have everything you need in life, and give after you have achieved that.

  64. Jose Manoel da silva filho

    July 22, 2021 at 10:53 am

    The world pass bad moment lack of education many people trash on the street Burns in the florest and no respect the animal 😪😪😪😪😪

  65. Tatyana Moncayo

    July 22, 2021 at 7:53 pm

    An event of global scale will happen July 24, 2021 at 15:00GMT – the international online conference “Global Crisis. This Already Affects Everyone”. We have the right to know the truth! We have a chance, uniting our efforts, to overcome the collapse of humankind together and enter the era of prosperity by building the Creative Society! On Allatra TV International Youtube Channel.

  66. flafaloon

    July 22, 2021 at 10:05 pm

    Its simple, the simple thing to do, you let go, and you let god. Who are we to fix problems with mother nature when she produced us. We do not have the intellect of mother nature, leave it to her, maybe she is not broken, maybe we should fix our issues among our own species first. How do you fix our issues? Its Simple, you LOVE unconditionally.

  67. Vince Black

    July 22, 2021 at 11:19 pm

    Try not to worry about it. It’s all half truths and lies.

  68. tru blitz

    July 23, 2021 at 10:27 am


  69. paxwallacejazz

    July 23, 2021 at 11:41 am

    It is

  70. paxwallacejazz

    July 23, 2021 at 11:54 am

    I’m a boomer and I’m pretty sure we’re in the midst of the 6th mass extinction. We/rapacious Capitalism is at fault that greed brought it on. So this young lady I would support because it will make our final hours a bit more humane.

  71. paxwallacejazz

    July 23, 2021 at 11:55 am

    “We are under the gross misconception that we are a good species with important things to accomplish and that at the last second we will correct our errors and God will smile on us. It is delusion.” Farley Mowet

  72. oledjocontrol

    July 23, 2021 at 7:14 pm

    Friends, climate change is global! 07.24.21 at 15-00 GMT conference “The global crisis – this already affects everyone.” Join, there will be a lot of useful information on this topic. All kindness and love!

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