True Leaders Discuss Climate Change Solutions | Invest Your Time in this Critical Town Hall Discussion

I have not been writing any blogs because I am diving into completing my book. However I found this discovery of a town hall meeting that took place December 3rd, to be critical to share.

Town Hall Discussion on Climate Change

Town Hall Discussion on Climate Change

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) hosted a national town hall on Monday, Dec. 3, aimed at addressing the global threat of climate change and exploring solutions that can protect the planet from devastation and create tens of millions of good-paying jobs.

Sanders was joined by founder and author Bill McKibben; actress, activist and Our Revolution board member Shailene Woodley; CNN host and author Van Jones; Earth Guardians Youth Director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez; Congresswoman-Elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; Union of Concerned Scientists Director of Climate Science Dr. Brenda Ekwurzel; Dr. Camilla Bausch, President of Ecologic Institute; and Dale Ross, mayor of Georgetown, Texas

About carolkeiter
Aspiring writer, artist, musician and composer who was born and raised in the United States and has resided in several European countries. Communication is my forte; both through using various tools and in approaching people of divers backgrounds to gather information. Speak conversational - advanced intermediate - French, German and Spanish. Love interacting with people in cultural centers as much as going to remote places to learn more about the different creatures that share our planet. Love of the outdoors and of a variety of outdoor sports. Driven to learn and expand my own consciousness and understanding through curiosity and love of life. Creative skills merge with analytical ones, leading to an interest in a myriad of topics; ranging from politics, economics, science to environmental. Motivated to use my art, music and writing to support and educate people towards humane practices that support and respect all of life, including practices supporting a healthy planet.

One Response to True Leaders Discuss Climate Change Solutions | Invest Your Time in this Critical Town Hall Discussion

  1. Loren Booda says:

    Per past, present, and future climate proactivity:

    Recognize the damage and ignorance our ancestors had visited upon their land, yet how others conserved and invested by traditional, coexisting communities. Map how the Earth has changed for good or bad under our charge. Adopt the attitude of our natural peoples and celebrate their wisdom. Consider our neighborhoods, from family to Gaia to love of place. Learn from yesterday’s mistakes and successes.

    See the current impact of our behavior and be willing to learn, change, correct and connect. Show all peoples that we care about them and their world, and study local solutions. Recognize the positivity of protecting those hardest working: the third world. Demand that conservatives also save energy, materials, and living things. Admire, don’t kill animals. Encourage compassionate competition. Imagine and pursue every moment in terms of reducing consumption of natural resources and embracing fellow humans. See our problems having common solutions. Realize that trashing our home isn’t a joke. Communicate directly with our elected officials, and discourage greed. Do not forget our responsibilities when the next election comes.

    Use technology as a means to communicate and share sustainable information at home, in schools, at work and at leisure with vision and volunteerism. Direct our economy with help from concerned business leaders. Respect our grandchildren. Heartily support, embrace and project the environmental basis of our economy. Be farsighted with the benefit of millions of years in human history. Organize with a societal re-creation in mind. Involve all life to survive and thrive by protecting our planet. Protect our existence on a unique, living sphere.

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