30 May 2008

Climate Change ~ We can solve it!

Posted by Aether under: Community News .

The folks at We Can Solve It .org have hit the nail on the head as far as we are concerned here at The Gaia Community College. And it’s quite simple really. We have the technology to address and apply solutions to the issues facing us in relation to global warming and climate change. And as they succinctly point out, there is a lot of economic opportunity in doing so. What we don’t have is a comprehensive vision, or to put it another way, we don’t have visionary leaders at present, and we really don’t have the time to waste. So We Can Solve It has presented us with an effective tool ~ add your name to the list, and let our voices be heard en masse.

The website is full of constructive and practical ideas divided into straight forward categories, and is extremely user friendly. I am a big fan of the What’s New section, as it is all too easy to get lost and caught up in the overwhelmingly negative news coverage of our wondrous earth. This is a phenominal resource for up to date and unfolding news that highlights efforts and activity and awarenesses along the lines of our global community.

No one person or organization has the answer, but together we can creatively guide our course through the challenge facing all of life on this planet. Remember, the Universe Story teaches us that it is in the face of greatest adversity that evolutionary creativity has always responded with the greatest innovations and inventions to usher in a new era of evolutionary development. Make your voice heard… sign up today.

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One Comment so far...

Green Girl Says:

15 February 2010 at 3:46 am.

Global Warming and Climate Change is the biggest environmental issue that we face these days. the long term effects of these environmental changes to a nations economy is quite damaging. there would be a shortage in food supply as well as on water supply too ….

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