It is too late to do something about the climate crisis in this lifetime. And in the next.
Thus reads the assessment from Sir David Attenborough, who is recognized naturhistoriker and researcher. Many know his voice as the speaker on the big naturprogrammer, but this time say the voice is not many encouraging words about the future of the planet.
In an interview with Channel 4 News he will be asked to answer various climate change issues from the children. And the answers are not exactly optimistic.
On the question on what he thinks will happen, if not something is done by the climate crisis now, he answers:
"I think it will trigger massive civil unrest and massive mass migration."
And the dire predictions continue. When asked whether it is too late to reverse the crisis, is the answer:
"I don't think you can reverse it. I think our best hope is that we can lower it. And lower it significantly."
Sir David Attenborough - who, through his life has been awarded over 30 uk orders - is a well-known naturformidler.
At the BBC, he has been responsible for a number of recognized naturprogrammer - among other things, Life on Earth, from 1979, which outlined all life on earth.
He is also in recent years been a major voice in the climate debate, and he has no problem with criticizing the politicians, which he also makes in the latest interview:
"It's hard to see any real action. It is really quite sad."Updated Date: 30 November 2019, 17:00