If you look at the whole world situation, often people have a response of hopelessness. First people say that it is not happening. I can’t do anything. It’s not happening; it’s all some crazy, left-wing conspiracy. But then you think, OK, well it is happening but it’s too big for me to do anything. I can’t do anything about it. Then you get to the third stage, once you have sort of absorbed all that, and you say what will I do? Will I just plod along and ignore the plight of our natural world, our life-support system, or will I be someone who took a stand, will I be someone who inspired my kids, my family, my friends, my neighbours, my colleagues at work. It’s important to bite off something that you can handle up front.