We are mired in a short-termist system that targets infinite growth and assumes inexhaustible resources at a time when those inputs are disappearing. This is not only untenable, but we have started paying for it very personally, in terms of our health, access to basic needs (water, food, habitat), social cohesion and humanity. The good news is that we are at the source of the problem: if we change our system, we can resolve things. Furthermore, the massive scale and complexity of the problem mean that we cannot tackle it head on.
We must act strategically, by being catalytic in developing systemic responses.Read More