The pontiff cited the Old Testament to allude to the current situation and criticize the general passivity in the face of the advance of global warming: "The man is stupid, he is stubborn who does not see. It is the only animal that stumbles twice on the same stone. "The highest authority of the Catholic Church referred to some recent images of the melting of the North Pole and a university study that" said that we have only three years to go back and not I know if it's three years but,If we don't go back, it will be the end".
"That's true. You can see the effects of climate change with your own eyes andscientists clearly point out the way forward", affirmed the pontiff, who assured that all people have a moral responsibility in this matter." Who denies climate change you have to go to the scientists and ask them. They are clear and precise, "he said.
"We have to take it seriously. We can't joke about this," he warned. "Each person has their responsibility, politicians have theirs."
The Pope's statements come shortly after four hurricanes have occurred in the Atlantic Ocean, causing the death of dozens of people and very serious material damage. "We have to take it seriously. We cannot joke about this," the pontiff concluded.
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