anjali wrote:I'm not a gloom and doom kind of guy, but I am pragmatist. There are nasty trends in motion that show no signs of abating. In particular, the link between diminishing water supplies and ever increasing land cultivation (per my previous post) is enough to give anyone pause. Of course there are solutions--that's never has been the issue. The issue is the sheer magnitude of the problem and the limited time to do anything globally game-changing.
As I have said to others, we are doomed if we think we are doomed. The choice is to do what we can, and make some difference to how bad it gets, or do nothing and make it worse.
I don't find that a complex choice.