Post 2027. Strategy and climate – by whom? What?r

There are three obvious sets of actors corporate state decentralized Unknown  4th? What will happen is likely to be a mix with one dominant. Four obvious approaches/strategies Stop co2 and shrink the economy Stop co2 and innovate green like mad to expand the economy Just invent new technologies Do nothing Those who prefer decentralization with … Continue reading Post 2027. Strategy and climate – by whom? What?r

post 2023. Vulnerable populations

Those who are marginalized and vulnerable need to be reintegrated into a caring society. They will, in migrations driven by temperatures  already unendurable and unlivable, overwhelm us. We can either respond with violence or care. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/new-climate-change-report-human-civilization-at-risk-extinction-by-2050-new-australian-climate That is a powerful video on methane release from Permafrost in Alaska. Houses already falling in and forests bent … Continue reading post 2023. Vulnerable populations

Post. 2022. Problem – Progressive approach crushed by climate urgency.

The current  progressive attempt to reconstitute a more progressive program is going to be crushed by the urgency of environmental projects to cope with warming and its consequences. which will be system wide and filled with the emergence of new  (and old)  ideas, new (and old) alliances, and possibly  some development of a progressive compassionate … Continue reading Post. 2022. Problem – Progressive approach crushed by climate urgency.

post 2021. Oliver Sachs on Gardens

The Healing Power of Gardens: Oliver Sacks on the Psychological and Physiological Consolations of Nature https://www.brainpickings.org/2019/05/27/oliver-sacks-gardens/?mc_cid=fe0000ac33&mc_eid=75ccb786ee From Brfain Pickings.   “I work like a gardener,” the great painter Joan Miró wrote in his meditation on the proper pace for creative work. It is hardly a coincidence that Virginia Woolf had her electrifying epiphany about what … Continue reading post 2021. Oliver Sachs on Gardens