This editorial was written partially in response to the upcoming film by Leonardo DiCaprio. What surprises me is that his arguments are much more compelling than the typical it's-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it prophesies that turn people off of environmentalism, yet you never hear these ideas. The best way to make any change is to convince everybody that it is good. Doesn't it make more sense to promote a solution that everybody can live with rather than an absolutist position that so many seem to take these days? Why don't moderate solutions like this get more airplay?