… our world has been slowly shifting to try and make small pollution reductions but it’s not enough. We still use 66,524 kWh of fossil fuel consumption per person. We have destroyed 83% of wild mammals, despite the human population being only 0.01%.
This is how propaganda is usually done, by putting two not connected things together in the text to create a mental connection. If you're concerned about wildlife destruction (like I am) then it is a completely different issue. Supporting green cars, solar power plants or CO2 reduction will do *absolutely nothing* to saving wildlife. Actually I believe we would benefit much more from saving wildlife and saving the world arable lands that are depleting at an alarming rate, and putting us globally in danger of world hunger. Do that rather than try to address CO2 emissions, that we are just unable to do in the short term and which does not put us globally into an imminent danger. However those questions that concern me are not even discussed and CO2 gets 100% of the attention.