I agree that global warming is a very serious issue. I don't think we can afford to sit back and wait for politicians and people in power to come up with strategies and policies about this. Too much time is wasted with discussing and talking.
More extreme weather conditions are predicted to become more frequent in future ... and - never mind our garden fences - it is the poorest countries which will suffer the most!
Here is some info on the causes of global warming (Friends of the Earth site)
Yes, there are decisions about clean energy, road taxations etc, that will need to be made at governmental level, but in the meantime there is much each and everyone of us can do on a daily basis!
The problem is that many things which save energy require a little bit more effort or discomfort on our part ... and we don't like it!
Switch off the TV when nobody is really watching, turn down the heating by a couple of degrees, walk to the shops instead of driving, separate and recycle waste, reuse plastic bags or use cloth bags all take a little time and effort, but accumulate over time to make a difference.
Then there are bigger decisions, i.e. buy a smaller, more efficient car; don't go on holidays which require flying.
Check out this site:
There is much we all can do, and if we truly believe that God created this world and has put us in charge to take care of it
, then we better start now!