A jogger runs along McCovey Cove outside Oracle Park in San Francisco, under skies reddened from wildfire smoke, on September 9, 2020. Photo: AP
A jogger runs along McCovey Cove outside Oracle Park in San Francisco, under skies reddened from wildfire smoke, on September 9, 2020. Photo: AP
Brian P. Klein
Opinion

Opinion

Brian P. Klein

Climate change must make activists of us all, not just nations and business

  • Commitments made by countries and corporations, even if implemented, are too weak to avert the looming disaster on our current trajectory
  • The onus is on us, as members of societies facing the very real impacts of floods, fires and drought, to act as if our lives depend on it

A jogger runs along McCovey Cove outside Oracle Park in San Francisco, under skies reddened from wildfire smoke, on September 9, 2020. Photo: AP
A jogger runs along McCovey Cove outside Oracle Park in San Francisco, under skies reddened from wildfire smoke, on September 9, 2020. Photo: AP
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