I hope this helps. Awareness is always good. If it gets people and politicians to acknowledge the issue, and develop and vote for policies that genuinely help, then it's a good thing. I just don't know how much time we really have.
The current administration's rolling back 84 environmental regulations. In terms of air pollution alone, people are going to die. In terms of the long-term planet, a lot of fucking people are going to die. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/climate/trump-environment-rollbacks.html
Some other stuff I've been reading about lately:
At the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, they recorded the amount of carbon dioxide levels in the air. Their testing showed that the amount in the air is at its highest level since their analyses began in 1958. It’s also nearly 20% higher than any point in the roughly 800,000 years for which scientists have data on global CO2, and so the levels are at their highest point ever in human history. https://www.popsci.com/record-breaking-co2-graph-climate
"About 1 million animal and plant species are now threatened with extinction, according to a new report by an international group of scientists established by the United Nations and based on some 15,000 studies. The report does not list specific species, but reports, for example, that around 25 percent of mammals, 40 percent of amphibians and 25 percent of plants are threatened with extinction."https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/science/1-million-species-under-threat-extinction-because-humans-report-finds-ncna1002046
In some good news, Southern California has had a 20% drop in carbon-based emissions over the passed two decades. And this is statistically significantly correlated to a 20% drop in new asthma cases in children over the same time period.