From The New York Times, October 30, 2009:
Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s 3-year-old granddaughter, Onalenna, was puzzled.
Her older cousin, Mungi, had just deflated a large, blow-up globe to demonstrate the imminent danger of climate change.
“Are we going to go the moon then?” Onalenna asked her grandfather.
“I don’t know, I will not be here,” Archbishop Tutu, 78, whispered in his granddaughter’s ear.
The rapid march of climate change up the global agenda has prompted a new, and often poignant, conversation between the generations, and, in public, among a self-appointed elite.
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