Only if 1.) there are no other causes (as in not man-made), and if 2.) we don’t only do it halfway
Well that is a bit simplistic. I think we must not look at it as saving the environment, but saving ourselves. We have polluted the water and the air, and that has serious health complications for humans. Moreover, our influence on climate change has created rising sea levels, and more intense storms. We have already seen the effects of stronger hurricanes, and rising sea levels threaten our large coastal cities. The environment will sort itself out, but it is us humans who are in danger of creating an irreversibly inhospitable ecosystem.
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