Day One Hundred and Twenty-Five

1606 miles | Point of Rocks, MD | Follow Bob's progress live with Spot GPS.

As I approach the finish line of this 1700 walk for Intergenerational Justice I believe it is appropriate to re-post this Stephen Hawking’s quote. 

For me, the really concerning aspect of this is that now, more than at any time in our history, our species needs to work together. We face awesome environmental challenges: climate change, food production, overpopulation, the decimation of other species, epidemic disease, acidification of the oceans.

”Together, they are a reminder that we are at the most dangerous moment in the development of humanity. We now have the technology to destroy the planet on which we live, but have not yet developed the ability to escape it. Perhaps in a few hundred years, we will have established human colonies amid the stars, but right now we only have one planet, and we need to work together to protect it.
— Stephen Hawking
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…now, more than at any time in our history, our species needs to work together.

The Earth is our home. Humanity is our family. No prior humans ever had the responsibility we all share today. Intergenerational Justice is about accepting that responsibility.

Bob McCormick