Climate change AND evolution? What, you couldn't fit The Golden Compass in the title too?
The evolutionary argument makes sense as much of our time as modern homo sapiens was spent as nomadic hunter gatherers. The depletion of natural resources had such a lesser impact than it does when you factor in industrialization,though. It's one thing to leave a small area stripped of natural resourses from gathering or even over planting (at least at the beginnings of agriculture) to lie fallow and return, quite another to expect the same for the massive areas which we are depleting on a much larger scale.
Not a pretty picture if we're hardwired not to care. But, as always, I don't buy the biological determinism as a total picture. If our culture values sustainibility, and slowly it is catching on in the west, it will push against the evolutionary considerations as surely as culture convinces us that other biological urges are no longer appropriate and need to be selected against. Maybe.