The Planet Is Warming. And It’s Okay to Be Afraid
Margaret Klein Salamon
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I agree: Sugar-coating causes, effects, and risks of climate change has contributed to the current paralysis, which allows the business-as-usual powers that be to continue their relentless quest for ever increasing profits. Yes, fear needs to be acknowledged and channeled. I’m a fan of Project Drawdown’s solutions as an important baseline analysis of what can be done worldwide (rather than only focusing on USA) and also feel we need not only top down leadership and policies….and bottom-up action, but community-based middle-inside/out opportunities to inform, engage and motivate folks in their neighborhoods. One particular intervention that could be rapidly deployed is the Climate Action Hive, which would demonstrate clear, practical solutions that we can implement in our households and communities, described in more detail on this Medium post: https://medium.com/@markmccaffrey_90684/the-ecos-climate-action-hive-where-local-and-global-converge-95dc732ddd17

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