These writings and posts are directed toward my awareness of the most challenging quagmire ever encountered by civilization, climate change. Have our societies caused the shift from normal to abnormal or is our current climate shift just business as usual for mother earth, and the sparks of life in general?
I think of cars when I hear the word ton or tonne …
I am encouraged by milestones that are occuring around the globe.
For me personally, his book was the tipping point for my efforts to learn about and understand the global crisis of climate change.
If only there could be a change a day toward the solution…
The rain is essential to all life.
Life is so precious …
Our winter is Australia’s summer-
Society is on track to a 3-4 Celsius temperature rise by 2100.
Societies are addicted to electricity and the luxuries it provides; health, food, warmth, places to live …
What am I currently doing that is contributing to the climate crisis?
The earth breaths in and out as the processes of life ebb and flow.
That was then, this is now ….
One of the simplest things you can do to reduce climate change and help planet earth is to pick an apple, enjoy the sunlight and energy the plant made for you and then return any remains to the earth. Featured Image Photo Credit
All products and services should have a Carbon Footprint Rating.
You must grow the tree, harvest the fruit, squeeze the juice into a glass and then compost the remains.
… we have only been here for one second …
There is a global network of information, but it came with a cost.
I ponder how will any of us be able to save the day?
Global warming comes to my mind. How do we find our way back to the path of sustainability? We don’t. Our lives are so short that it does not matter in the lengthy scheme of things. The earth is a giant and lumbers in its pace of life. Each of us are seeking the feeling […]
The following links are great sources for additional information about climate change, steps that are being taken to mitigate and information that will help us make a difference as individuals.