At dusk on Sunday, November 22, Ottawa youth will gather with solar lights to form an image of the sun and call for 100% renewable energy in Canada during their lifetime. Please join my four grandkids and I on...
The world is ruled by those who show up. And world leaders did show up last December in Paris to sign the first climate agreement that would shape climate action for decades to come and perhaps to the end...
This post features Part 2 of Margaret Klein's (Climate Psychologist) paper on The Transformative Power of Climate Truth. Part 1 dealt with the power of truth for individuals and for social movements. In Part 2, Margaret writes about harnessing the truth about...
Passivity, in a time of crisis, is complicity. It is a moral failure. Crises demand that we actively engage; that we rise to the challenge; that we do our best...Climate change is a crisis, and it requires a crisis...
This post is the second in a series of how people react to Climate Change once they "know", that "wow" moment when they discover the truth about Climate Change. For some, that realization is overwhelming causing fear, emotional paralysis...
I'm pleased to welcome Kevin Hester as a new contributor to BoomerWarrior.Org. Kevin lives near Auckland, New Zealand. He believes that "abrupt climate change will lead to the end of most if not all complex life on this planet." The crisis...
The following climate change cartoons are quite convincing. They can be a valuable aid in discussing the serious matter of the climate crisis we face with your friends or perhaps your elderly parents and of course your kids and...
The following article by David Suzuki (with contributions by Senior Editor Ian Hanington) is entitled "Welcome to an Extreme Warming World". It has been posted on the David Suzuki Foundation. "Even though many world leaders recognize the problem, the recent G-7...
I'm pleased to welcome Guy Dauncey as a new contributor to Below2C. Guy is an author and futurist who works to develop a positive vision of a sustainable future, and to translate the vision into action. In this first...
Suppose that your mom is sick. None of her brothers, sisters or children have taken her complaints seriously. Everybody has carried on with their own busy lives, thinking that mom was imagining things, and assuming that she was fine. And...