“We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there “is” such a thing as being too late. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and positive action.” — Martin Luther King Jr.
“There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time has come.” Victor Hugo
Lately, people have been emphasizing that the climate movement is really about saving ourselves.
Yes, I agree. The problem is with humanity; it’s a crisis of consciousness.
The symptoms of this problem are… Continue reading
So, the dust has settled after the… Continue reading
Well, Happy New Year…we are just out of the gate into 2014, and here we are again with mega extreme weather. We’ve already had a North American deep freeze, and record highs with 100,000 bats falling from the sky in Australia.
My friend lives in the Philippines. Rodne and I met 15 months ago when we participated in a Climate Reality Leadership Training with former VP Al Gore.
We were 1000 volunteers from all across the globe. Enthusiastic, bright-eyed, peaceful warriors, we accepted our mission to spread truth about the reality of climate change and cost of carbon that we all… Continue reading
Samsø is a small island in the center of Denmark. To get there, you drive a little over an hour from Copenhagen to Kalundborg, and then jump on a ferry for another two hours.
In 1997, Samsø won a… Continue reading
Late last month, under a sweltering DC sun, President Barack Obama wiped his brow, as if to emphasize a glaring truth; it’s getting hotter. In the absence of Congressional leadership, Obama promised to slow global warming, in part, by using the EPA to limit the amount of… Continue reading
“Nowhere in the world is the rising number of natural catastrophes more evident than in North America. The study shows a nearly quintupled number of weather-related loss events in North America for the past three decades, compared with an increase factor of 4 in Asia, 2.5 in Africa, 2 in Europe and 1.5 in South America. Anthropogenic climate change is believed to contribute to this trend, though it