Pollution is one of the greatest threats to our natural environment. Without a healthy environment: clean air, food, and water: we endanger the health of our people. This vital issue has been entirely side-tracked by the debate on climate-change. Let us be clear: climate changes. Greenhouse gases alter this change. The scientific debate on climate change is over exactly how much of this change is man-made: a little, a lot, or everywhere in between; there are models for every possibility, and this makes these models entirely unreliable. The scientific method relies on replicable predictions, which are entirely absent in the debate on greenhouse gases. Which is why we need more focus on the more immediate problem of clean air, food, and water. Reducing pollution is something that everyone can understand and get behind. And by ensuring clean air, food, and water, we will in turn reduce our impact on the global climate.