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Prospects on Keeping Climate Change in Check
Take 15 minutes to view this incredible presentation designed by Professor Joseph Országh, a bright mind, a humble hero, daring to challenge existing paradigms. What a pity he was not yet listened to, and his ideas not yet accounted for, with dire consequences. It may not be too late.
He is not alone anymore.
It is remarkable how people with open mindsets, but very different backgrounds, come together when looking at the intractable problems facing our World.
Einstein said that such intractable problems (of our creation), cannot be solved at the same level of consciousness than the level at which they were created.
ZERI‘s The Blue Economy and Cities as Forces for Good , as did Professor Országh, look at the World from a higher level of consciousness, and their proposals converge: in this case, how to solve the Climate Change problems caused by irresponsible energy, consumption, waste and agro-industrial systems
Their conclusion is clear: It is possible to solve the intractable problems of our time, if only we allow ourselves to think and know differently….
Technology is available, if only man knew how to use it.
Escaping the dramatic and apparently irreversible technological and societal lock-ins is also possible: it requires to think and act differently, leading to new leadership models and a higher level of individual and collective consciousness.
More of this in a next Blog Entry.