There are a lot of people with a lot of different views and opinions around the world supporting themselves with various real and/or fictive data, graphs and predictions. Some of them are qualified and some are not. Others questions what difference qualification makes. Some has a clear political agenda on issues of environment, nature and climate, independent of what side they are taking. Some are a part of an unelected political organization and there have been a lot of peer-review approved articles published with data, graphs and predictions and a few movies on the subject, some more biased than others. It is obvious that the state of the climate matters to humans. There is a scientific consensus that humans affect their climate in way that where unimaginable say a century ago. I think that we all can agree that something needs to be done, but views differ on what. Parallel to this issue referred to as a climate crisis, is the issue of an energy crisis, which few object to, even anthropogenic global warming skeptics. Oil and various other fossil fuels are not going to last very long, before being inaccessible by humans. There have been interesting advances in the department of alternative fuel and energy supply, notably are fusion energy, fuel cells etc. In order to avoid an even further energy crisis with the price of oil, gas an electricity sky-rocketing, humanity should consider the further development and application of alternative fuel. By addressing the issue of renewable and alternative energy, we are not only attempting to avoid the above, but also addressing the issue referred to as a climate crisis at the same time. Perhaps we do not need to move to housing project with 0 CO2 just yet or make drastic changes to our lifestyle. However, I do think that it is important to find a common ground on the issues but at the same time promoting scientific research into climate and climate change. Wouldn't acting on a common ground get things moving faster than the current situation? A common ground where positive economic grounds are presented for addressing the issues at hand?