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Leadership Guidance Concerning the Future of Climate

Posted: 12.06.2020 no comments

 

by Bob Leonard and David Ross   Last year, the IPCC warned that we have until 2030 to take meaningful action to avoid the worst consequences of our climate crisis. We have the technologies and the knowledge to address this crisis. We can’t nullify it… it’s too late for that. But we can mitigate the […]

 

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Our Climate Crisis Demands Cooperation and Collaboration

Posted: 03.10.2020 no comments

 

Climate is an unusually broad topic — the causes, impacts and solutions require expertise across vastly different subjects. We tend to solve problems in a linear, hierarchical, siloed fashion. We disassemble complex systems into discrete modules that are easier to understand. That leads to specialization and a separation between disciplines. If we examine the problems […]

 

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Over-Population and Climate Change

Posted: 10.01.2019 no comments

 

“Those who fail to see that population growth and climate change are two sides of the same coin are either ignorant or hiding from the truth. These two huge environmental problems are inseparable and to discuss one while ignoring the other is irrational.” – James Lovelock, scientist and environmentalist   This is a taboo subject, […]

 

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Atmospheric CO2 Increasing as Seas, Soils and Trees are Overwhelmed

Posted: 11.28.2017 no comments

 

On December 12, 2015 the Paris Climate Accord (PCA)*1 was adopted by consensus of the 195 members of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).  News reports showed the celebrative mood of the participants.  Not only had the PCA been agreed upon, but the plan was going to try to limit global average […]

 

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