Finding Beauty in our Destruction

“”Destruction” presents the same structure as “the question.” In a sense, certainly, man is the only being by whom a destruction can be accomplished. A geological application, a storm does not destroy, or at least they do not destroy directly; they merely modify the distribution of masses of beings. There is no less after the storm than before. There is just something else.”

Jean-Paul Sartre, Being and Nothingness.

Have we passed the point of no return in regards to global warming? Or is some other man made Earth destroying disaster on the horizon, be it war, or something else as yet unforeseen? And if so. Is there still beauty to be found in even that?