We've known about this for decades, for over half a century. Try to have a conversation with anyone about climate change, people just tune out.
And the problem seems to be getting worse and worse and worse...
The truth is the more I've learned about this issue and everything that contributes to the problem, the more I realize how much I don't know.
Oh my God! Look how violent that is.
Paradise that has been degraded and destroyed—we're knowingly doing this. I just wanna know how far we've gone and if there's anything we can do to stop it.
The U.S. has been the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in history.
You're a fossil-addicted country. We are doing more investment in solar today than the U.S. is.
Half the people in office still don't believe in climate change.
Why do you think there is such opposition about the science?
I think it's politics.
People are so arrogant to think they can change climate.
The environmental issues have become the biggest reason for mass demonstrations. We wanna hold them accountable.
This is the most important issue of our time. Question is, Can we change our course in time?
You'd need 100 Gigafactories to transition to sustainable energy.
That would make the United States—
The whole world.
The whole world?!
That sounds manageable.
All that I've seen on my journey shows us we have the means of stopping this devastation.
Politicians do what the people want them to do. Once the American people are convinced, the politicians will fall in line very quickly.
If we keep pushing, there's no reason why we can't solve this problem.
The world is now watching. We ask you to protect it. Or we—and all living things we cherish—are history.
Before the Flood
- 「不理睬、置之不理」- Tune Out
Try to have a conversation with anyone about climate change, people just tune out.
- 「及時」- In Time
Question is, Can we change our course in time?
- 「遵章守紀、行為符合要求」- Fall In Line
Once the American people are convinced, the politicians will fall in line very quickly.