“You may have to buy a new fridge, a new TV, a washing machine, or a new car,” says a man on a tour of the world’s first solar farm, located in the Brazilian city of Ceara, in the Amazon rainforest.
“But it’s the same thing with the plants.”
André-François Lecuard, a French ecologist, spent the last 20 years studying the impacts of climate change on plants in his field of study, which he describes as “a kind of parallel history of humanity.”
His fieldwork, which included a number of interviews with people from all walks of life, has focused on how human beings have affected the ecosystem, and he hopes to bring his research to bear on a new generation of climate activists.
In the future, he hopes that people who have not been exposed to the world of climate research will be able to learn more about the effects of climate and environmental change and how they can make a difference.
He believes that these young activists will take their environmental knowledge to their next level.
“They’re young people and they’re still in school, so they need to be inspired,” Lecauard said.
“If we get them to understand what is the difference between research and activism, then they will start doing their own work.”
Climate change activists are taking a page from Lecaus work to change the way they view the world and create change.
This is not to say that the world has become more accepting of climate activism.
But Lecuaard believes that the way that activists are speaking out has changed over the last few years.
“We’ve reached a tipping point,” he said.
This change has been driven by a number in the U.S., with a growing number of activists speaking out against the government’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
And while there are now more people than ever who are climate activists, Leciuard said that the numbers of climate deniers are growing in the United States as well.
And the way climate activists are addressing the problem has also grown.
Lecucard believes there is an opportunity to change this in the future.
“People are starting to understand that we need to act together.
We need to do something about this,” he says.
“There’s a lot of hope in climate activism, but there’s a lack of imagination and there’s an absence of motivation.”
He says that the only way to create change is to change how people perceive the world.
They don’t have the courage to go into the forests and take a few steps back to make sure they don’t destroy a forest or a river.” “
Those people don’t want to change their lifestyle to become environmentally conscious, but they want to take action.
They don’t have the courage to go into the forests and take a few steps back to make sure they don’t destroy a forest or a river.”
For Lecucaard, this is a big challenge.
“For a long time, climate change activists have been preaching the gospel of climate mitigation and trying to be positive about the future of the planet.
But that is very dangerous,” he added.
“Climate mitigation has a very narrow view.
If you talk about mitigation, you’re talking about taking care of the environment.
If climate change is a problem that can be solved in a few years, the solution will not be climate change mitigation.
The solution is to do more to combat climate change and to do so together.”
The next generation of activists are a bit more skeptical.
“It’s not the same people who were involved in the ’70s and ’80s.
They’re a lot more skeptical, but that’s because they don’ t see any future,” Lécauard explained.
“You have to change that attitude.”
Lecuelard says that this is the next stage of climate action, and it is about changing the way people view the problem.
“I’m convinced that the next generation will be more critical and more realistic.
They’ll say, ‘Look, I have the tools, I know what to do, but this is too hard.
It can be done.’
And we’ll say: ‘No, you’ve got to be a little bit more realistic, you need to accept the reality and you need some perspective.'”
But he says that there is still work to be done.
“To understand the climate, we have to look at the history of human activities,” he continued.
“It is a bit like looking at the moon. “
So the change that is happening now, is a natural change that’s going to be caused by human activities.”
“It is a bit like looking at the moon.
The moon is really, really big, and you can’t see the full extent of it. You