for every drop of rain that falls, a flower grows ...
Sorry, I got carried away.
The best side of any issue is Jehovah's side. The best evidence I see is that the earth has had heat/cool cycles before, so that can't be helped. I'm one who lends credence to man's abetting problems by his own actions. In this case, I have no doubt the Industrial Revolution had its down side(s). But I can't do anything about either, so I leave it up to Jehovah to save the planet; it's his anyway, you know?
In the meantime, I try to be a good tenant, but I don't waste energy (!) on some of the endless debates going on. "Paper or plastic; cloth diapers or disposables?" I simply make my personal choice and live with it.
Something I find interesting about Rev 11:18 is that it didn't make sense in the day it was written. Mining is one polluting endeavor that has been going on since before Solomon's day, but it's a local problem at its worst. Until recently, man did not have the ability to "ruin the earth". So, why did John write that? He says it's because he was 'transported' far ahead in time, to what he called "the Lord's [Jesus] day". By inspiration I came to be in the Lord?s day, and I heard behind me a strong voice like that of a trumpet, saying: ?What you see write in a scroll and send it to the seven congregations" Rev 1:10,11