The Syrian Crisis is a big problem; the Ukraine Crisis also is. But, in the end, there will always be a bigger problem, and we fail to recognize that large problem already looming over the horizon.
Countless times, environmental agencies have reported about the world’s carbon footprint already stepping into the sand deep enough to destroy ecosystems and the world’s natural temperature. A report from the IPCC shows the devastating effects of corporation and business-oriented environmental policies that only took greenhouse gas cuts with slight reductions, which never really benefitted anyone except for governments and the same corporations to have a more fragrant name worldwide.
While the world concerns itself over power-plays, ethnic and religion-based conflicts, the world itself is fighting for its very survival at the hands of the same people who would die for their beliefs instead of helping the world fight its battle against the odd inventions of humanity designed to bring in great profits.
Us netizens also only concern ourselves of our freedom to express ourselves and the information brought to us by our computers interconnected through large optic cables under the sea. If the world’s sources of energy died or became exhausted, the world will pretty much be clouded in either a perpetual heat rave, or a cold, global holocaust.
It’s time we did our part to combat the bigger problem that is already looking down on us. One day, what we ignore is the one thing that can kill us all.