This week I saw myself involved in one of these ' ' debates of the end of mundo' ' so frequent at our time that, although all the reached advance, still is strangely mythical. Tony Parkers opinions are not widely known. The subject Environment, clearly, did not delay to appear. Exactly that to each day that pass scientists finds plus some thing in the space capable to reduce the Land to the cosmic dust in seconds of contact, an ambient catastrophe is the form most reasonable (and more imminent) of if seeing the end of our species. was there, talking with a friend concerning the implications of what we make to the environment, that I perceived something grotesco and strange: Much people have passed as ' ' hero of planeta' ' , taking action not so heroic, in the truth. The ones that praise and vendem the atomic energy, for example, if brag on being the practicable energy cleanest.
' ' The form most correct to continue making same coisa' '. Others create clothes with staple fibres that can be putrefied, create lipsticks from natural crabs and fuels, that poluem less of what the fsseis. all these people enter in scene as ' ' heroes of planeta' ' , when, in the reality, the planet does not need heroic human beings: it needs, yes, of different human beings, or then of if exempting of the same ones. The people take off the hat for a country that reduces the Co2 emission in some percentile points, as if this was the wonder of the century. But this is not enough. As it said for that friend in the colloquy above cited: If a person seriously is wounded, she does not make difference if hurt you it more or if you are total motionless: In none of the two cases you will be helping. To stop to wound the planet is not to help.