Listen now (37 mins) | Listen Now Catastrophic climate crisis effects continue to accelerate. Atmospheric carbon concentrations are now measured at 417 ppm, the greatest concentration of atmospheric carbon in our existence. This year will again prove to be one of warmest on record. This year is also a record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season, with 30 named storms to date, and a record breaking year for wildfires. In the Arctic, the albedo effect from the now inexorable loss of summer ice (currently, the Arctic is projected to be completely free of summer ice by 2035) will be equal to the release of 1 trillion tons of carbon equivalents into the atmosphere. Northern permafrost, that holds almost twice as much carbon than is currently in the atmosphere, is thawing 70 years earlier than previously predicted. A warming planet is also causing the planet to experience unprecedented and accelerating biological annihilation, e.g., NOAA just reported as much as 98% of coral cover, that helps support over 25% of all marine life, remains along the Florida coast, vector borne diseases including COVID-19 continue to proliferate, the Trump administration, has defined its legacy by rescinding approximately 100 environmental regulations and as dedicated listeners are also aware a federal court ruled earlier this year that Americans do not have a constitutional right to a survivable climate.