Throughout his presidency and pre-presidency, Trump has shown a disregard for the environment. Whether it be stating that climate change is just a hoax, or propagating the revival of coal and other fossil fuel industries, it is clear that Trump has not the slightest concern for the environment. Ironically, one of Trump's most famous policy's (that arguably won him the campaign), the wall, also has a large environmental toll. Out of all of the policy's Trump has proposed, this one would be seen the least likely to be a detriment to the environment. "In terms of climate adaptation, building a border wall is an act of self-sabotage," said Dan Millis, a program manager with the Sierra Club's Borderlands project. This is because it blocks wildlife migration even more than what currently exists. Kierán Suckling, executive director of the Center for Biological Diversity, said in a statement. That current borders "have led to erosion and flooding in border communities as well as a roadblock for the natural movement of wildlife across the border". Once again we see that adding more borders not only has monetary costs but environmental. And for what? We already have some of the strongest border security in the world. As perfectly worded by Raphael Sperry, president of the San Francisco-based Architects, Designers and Planners for Social Responsibility, "Fueling climate change does not help public health, safety and welfare. It actually jeopardizes public health, safety and welfare." The pipelines were enough, please no wall, the earth thanks you.