“Twenty-five years ago, people could be excused for not knowing much, or doing much, about climate change. Today we have no excuse.” – Desmond Tutu

Twenty-five years ago, individuals could have been pardoned for their limited awareness and inaction regarding climate change. However, in contemporary times, such ignorance is indefensible. This assertion, articulated by Desmond Tutu, underscores the imperative for heightened global consciousness and proactive engagement with the pressing issue of climate change.

Learning about our Climate Emergency is something many of us might not take pleasure in, however it has come to that. It is now necessary to self-educate ourselves about it in order to deal with it.

One of our main priorities right now I sense is both ‘Confronting’ and then ‘Tackling’ the Climate Emergency. Confronting by first accepting the reality of it’s dangers, educating ourselves and others about exactly what our Climate Emergency is, basically understanding what it is in regard to the danger it presents and what is at stake.

Tackling is applying what we have learned towards mitigation, adaptation and other necessary steps that helps both communities and businesses. This is a stone cold fact, it is truly a situation that we all are either very nervous about tremendously or we are going to be for certain.

Many people can see the Climate Emergency reality so clear and yet others are numb, turn their heads, or worse. Listen I get it, you are either unsure, mentally or physically unhealthy from it, are either doubtful or are might even be paid to be. But as a strong message this is one reality we do not want to ignore. In fact, every alert from scientists indicates the emergency effects are happening much sooner than predicted.

Adaptive Resiliency is now a mandatory measure and we will definitely be posting much more about this at our private blog (link forthcoming).

Thank you for visiting.

“Saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. We must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security, and women’s empowerment. Solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.” – Ban Ki-moon