From where I write, I see a forest dying—the legacy oaks drawn in gray lay down in droves, limb by lumbar. The madrones tilt and fall—even the redwoods tumble.
Not to sound like a privileged one during this time of war, future famines, and geopolitical unrest.
But I am sad and afraid right here and now as Climate Change transforms my world.
I have lived on this finger-ridge for 5 decades, and never have I witnessed native trees dying in such fever—especially at the tilt of the Earth defining this season.
We can all look outside and see that we must act swiftly if we’re going to prevent the worst of the climate catastrophes from coming.
While the outlook isn’t t positive, there are things we can do to bring the change we need to help turn the tide.
I believe one of the things holding us back is that we look for someone else to come up with solutions.
We can change the world by first changing behaviors and thoughts.Continue reading “Change Yourself Change The World”