There's no green there. They killed their mother.

It took us ten years, but now we know how that happened.

https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/n...x-charts-explain-why-fires-matter/2096257001/

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/help-t...forest-fire-continues-to-burn-through-brazil/

I've been really hesitant to make this thread and this is too depressing for me to even talk about at length.

People try to claim the humans were the good guys in Avatar. That they needed unobtanium to save their world. They already destroyed their world. There was no saving it. And they're us. We're all already ****ed and we did it to ourselves. :cry:
 
It's like...will there still be a point to the Avatar sequels by the time they're out??



I have made a donation to the Amazon Conservation Association. Though it is just a single drop of water for these fires, I made it (with high, high hope) knowing that every rainstorm is made of drops just like it.
 
i feel like crying when i hear of 73,000 fires in the Amazon, rapid destruction of the Great Barrier Reef, plastic garbage patch in the Pacific the size of Texas, more oil pipelines getting built, 2200 tons of nuclear waste waiting to be buried in the pristine Arizona desert for 24,000 years, there's no end to the list of human madness! :cry::cry::cry:
 
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