Here's a rough translation, from the Hebrew. The title is Climate Change Timeline. Then, going right to left as they do in the desert, we identify the blue segment with There is no such thing as climate change. Time goes tripping by and folks in the orange period have to admit: Okay, climate change is real, but there's simply no proof that it's caused by the hands of people. I really like the use of the Hebrew word yad here. Yad means hand but also memorial, as in the Holocaust museum at Yad VaShem. As in, we perpetuate climate change by our own hand and the world we leave behind will be our monument for better, as they say, or worse. Back to the timeline: more years scud by and now we're in the short-lived Red Era: oops. (English transliteration). Then, not long after, we're knee-deep in yellow: shit. Or as the Israelis pronounce it, sheet.
It's a fun meme, right on the mark, but perhaps this timeline misses a key aspect of present history. Let's insert a purple segment between orange and red. Its pithy message: Fine, we're responsible, but (fill in excuse for inaction/indifference). Pretty pathetic, those purple people, no?
Thanks, Alex. I hope you win your latest battle.