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What I am about to tell you is so amazingly lifely that I don’t even know where to begin.
This may be the most important post I ever write because it addresses the biggest threat to life on Earth and the solution requires a leap out of industrialization and into nature…the very point of our work. Once again a huge confirmation that we are moving in the right direction.
Nature herself has the solution to global warming. But of course she would.
A couple of nights ago Larry and I were just clicking around Netflix and found Kiss the Ground, a so above-and-beyond documentary that shows how Nature has the power to reverse global warming. All we need to do is learn about the process and cooperate with it.
What I have seen confirms me in the belief I have had for a long time:
that we are going to win on this problem.
It relates to working out a plan of co-operation with nature
instead of going along with what we’ve been in the past trying to buck nature.
— Franklin Delano Roosevelt
When Franklin Roosevelt took office as President in 1933, he faced many of the same challenges we are facing today. His response showed that we could come back from a disaster as drastic as the Dust Bowl by combining scientific research, community engagement, business incentives, and proven environmental policies including soil and water conservation programs.
I’ve never experienced a summer like this, and I have lived in California for 65 years (except for 15 years when I lived in Florida).
There have been so many natural disasters—and so many have been unusual or extreme—that I want to say a few words.
I had to write this today after waking up this morning with an orange sun against an orange sky.
Before I go any further, I want to give you the definition of disaster…