The end of life, I believe, has become conceivable.
The creation […] could perish due to our contempt for the creation itself and our selfishness.
Appeals can’t help […] if anything, than only an energetic and imaginative policy can change something, one that is ready to take back the area, economy and industry have taken away from her. […] it does not even need much imagination to think of the earth lifeless […] A grave stone for this time could bear the inscription:
“Everyone wanted the best – for himself.”