Naturalist Sir David Attenborough sounded the climate change hysteria alarm on Monday at the opening ceremony of the United Nations Climate Conference, warning that civilization is about to collapse.
"Right now, we are facing a man-made disaster of global scale," Attenborough began. "Our greatest threat in thousands of years: Climate change."
"If we don't take action, the collapse of our civilizations and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon," Attenborough claimed. "The world's people have spoken. Their message is clear. Time is running out. They want you, the decision-makers, to act now."
Ironically, the climate summit is projected to have a large carbon footprint of its own which will directly contribute to the "man-made" climate change they claim is about to bring an end to "our civilizations."
"The U.N. estimates the summit, called COP24, will emit 55,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide — the very greenhouse gas U.N. officials are trying to keep from accumulating in the atmosphere," the DCNF reported. "Based on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) figures, that’s the equivalent of more than 11,700 cars driving for one year or 728 tanker trucks worth of gasoline. That amount of CO2 emissions is also the same as 8,243 American homes for an entire year, according to EPA."