You Think Climate Change Is Not Real? Watch This And Think Again! — Art Expedition

I’m working hard to keep my blog a place where you can find happiness and maybe some distraction from your hectic everyday life by sharing my art which is mostly inspired by my love for nature and animals. I don’t often talk politics or religion – both of which can present a lot […]

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Author: Léa

A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.

17 thoughts on “You Think Climate Change Is Not Real? Watch This And Think Again! — Art Expedition”

    1. Cindy, thank you for letting me know. I’m not sure what I can do but there are so many on climate change on YouTube. I highly recommend any with Greta Thunberg in them. She is a wonder. I know you want those grandsons to have a bright future. ❤

  1. Thank you very much for reblogging my post, Léa!! I really appreciate it a lot! We need to get this message spread as wide as possible, I feel. People need to be confronted with the truth about the consequences of their doings.

    1. Sarah, you are absolutely right. Alas, there is also a lot of educating to be done. Yesterday was our march in Narbonne, France and I am sorting through the photos I have to see if I can put a post together. The shots aren’t great as my phone/camera was not on good behavior but I do want to get the message out there. Thanks again.

      1. Yes, education is an important step to get people involved and reflect on their own behavior and potential wrongdoings when it comes to eco-friendly living. Looking forward to see your pics from the demonstration in Narbonne!

      2. Of course there is much to be said for setting an example. Greta Thunberg refused to go to school one day a week and make her cause known. Now she is nominated for the Nobel Prize and will make it more difficult for the deniers to make their false claims. The youth have the courage to hold us all accountable. Thanks again and I shall step down from my soapbox.

      3. No need to step down from your soapbox, Lea! 😉 I’ve been following that marvellous and courageous young woman’s journey right from the start – she really should get the Nobel prize! Let’s keep our fingers crossed that their voices will be heard today and ignite a change for the better!

      4. Greta has my vote, not that it counts. Our elections are today here in France and the predictions are dire… keep those fingers crossed they are wrong. They are wrong about so many things, why not this.

      1. Thank you. Normally, I am a very quiet introvert. But get me on my soapbox and I make no apologies. When writing, my voice gets louder and louder depending on the issue.

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