While I too am home-schooled and have similar beliefs, this is not the time and place for debates (which I am glad I was not a part of, and also a bit disappointed in the fact of it happening). Thanks to @Eljay for stopping it all.
Anyway, this is very peculiar for Faber to use a picture of Antarctica in the 0. I for one am okay with messages I may not agree with being in a work of fiction, as long as it isn't a central focus or main-point said work. It should be woven into a story so that it isn't noticeable.
So what is Faber actually implying by his use of the Ice Continent? Is it to do with melting ice? Probably. But I don't think it has to do with Climate Change.
Rather, I believe it is the opposite.
Is there any classic story you can think of that has a world covered in ice (or, rather, snow) for hundreds of years? A story of a team of heroes led by that story's deity to stop an evil force?
The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis.
Or maybe in Faber's case, Mata Nui, Makuta, and the Matoran Universe. Jokes aside, maybe this is what Faber is trying to convey in his version of a new Bionicle.