This Protester's Sign Right About the Solution, Not the Problem
Above, one of the "Rochesterians [who] gathered to demand global action from their elected officials during the Rochester March for Global Climate Change"— The City Seen: November 29.
As a climate change agnostic, what I like about this protester's solution is that it does not "demand global action from their elected officials" but rather action at the most local level possible: the individual. And the real issue here, which cannot be argued with, is that more people can be fed by growing plants for food for people than by growing plants for food for animals for food for people. In fact, some climate change welcomers argue that global warming of a few degrees, which could well be heliogenic rather than anthropogenic, which would allow us to feed more people.