Climate change feels massive, however the government report issued last Friday drives home the point: we need to change in a massive way in response.
In addition to changing the way we do business, the way we do agriculture, and the way we organize people (i.e. governmental response), we need to change our expectations and our individual lifestyles as well. These last two are our favorites, and they will be the focus of my forthcoming series of posts.
The ClimateSolvr series of posts will focus on lifestyle habits you can fold into your life, right now, to help reduce your emissions. It will also include occasional book reviews and other fun stuff.
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(this post was updated 4/20/2019)
(photo is of the Thomas Fire, which was “the biggest fire in recent history” until — less than a year later — we experienced the even more damaging and more deadly Camp Fire …)