Most people have a general idea of what climate change is doing to the planet; after all, 85% of the world's population has already been impacted by fossil fuel emissions that transform our climate from safe and stable to chaotic and deadly. Most, however, have no understanding of how serious the ramifications will be and how fast the extreme threats to their existence will arrive.
I have a small beef. A few readers rush into any climate diary that points to Joe Manchin and Krysten Sinema jeopardizing humanity's future by devotion to fossil fuel industry donations for their opposition to concrete action to soften the blow from the inevitable punches from global heating. That is a problem the world can not and must not tolerate.
The democratic party and Joe Biden have put through an aggressive plan to combat this looming horror that is bearing down on us today. The goal is nowhere near being assertive enough to deal with the enormity of the problem. It softens some of the catastrophic ramifications for the American people and every single citizen of the world. I like to call that planetary hospice care.
Below the fold are seven misunderstandings put together by Job One for Humanity. They ask for you to share their article on social media so that others can access the information that is not widely known.