I have a growing realization that all of humanity is interconnected and utterly interdependent.
As we contemplate the eerie vacuum of space where our homes once stood in Superior, I fear for future victims of floods and fires. I fear for humanity and the planet we have been entrusted with.
I wonder whether humanity can heed the warning calls of climate change. And whether we can learn to cooperate and make decisions for the longer term. We can no longer follow the status quo of arguing, kicking the can down the road, and hoping that the next wildfire or flood is someone else’s problem.
Colorado’s Marshall Fire destroyed my community and our home of 41 years, a house built in 1894 by the son of the founder of Superior. This wonderful house and the 20 towering ash trees…
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