I want a safer planet, clean air and water as much as the next person, but we may have to consider that we humans may not be the single biggest factor in all of this. Yes we do have some effect on global warming and we do still need to minimize pollution, but it's not all up to us. We're really not that aware of everything going on in our vast solar system or even our own planet and exactly how it is affecting us and those who claim that we do have it all figured out would be the real science deniers.
Burning fossil fuels does have some an effect on it. - But, for instance, we're only now digging up dirt from our closest planet and asteroids coming close to the earth keep taking us by surprise and getting only back page news status. Yet the climate change folks keep claiming that things like solar flares, possible variations in our obit and our exact proximity to the sun, variations of the core temperature of the earth, methane released by natural sources, volcanic activity, etc............. "have already been factored out" and that we evil human's and our byproducts are the only or main reason for global warming and that if we dare question that, we are somehow "science deniers". - Now who's really denying science when they try shutting down anybody that questions their theory or asks questions about other legitimate factors and variables?
And we're not the bad guys right now. Countries like our USA, Germany, Canada, Japan and other countries like them are trying to do the right thing to help limit and clean up pollution. But countries like Communist China, India, Mexico and many others are not doing the same.
Just check out the current Chinese extreme pollution issues – We all live in the same world, but not every country plays by the same rules.
You Don't see China, India or Mexico with anything even close to our EPA, DEP, OSHA, etc........ – Do you?
Foreign Lobbyists here in the US promote sending US jobs to countries like Communist China, India and Mexico where they work for slave wages, no benefits, no OSHA safety standards or No Real Environment Regulations. It also doesn't help us compete when many of these Chinese company's factories are subsidized by China's communist government.
If we want to make it better - We should bring manufacturing back to the USA where we're less likely to pollute than they are in China, India and Mexico and at the same time provide a much needed boost to the Real American Economy and the American People.