Listening To Nature
By following nature’s example we find beautifully integrated solutions waiting for us. When we partner with nature our efforts are multiplied and our deepest challenges evaporate
Beyond Climate Change
About 580 billion tons of carbon was emitted to the atmosphere through the consumption of fossil fuels. The carbon emitted from man’s unsustainable deforestation and farming is 830 billion tons. This was largely due to removing 2.5 trillion trees.
By going beyond climate debate we find answers to all 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and not just 1. We end a destructive relationship with the planet where we would end up in a carbon neutral planet with vanishing essential resources.
The message of this paper is profound and inspiring. We can solve our climate problems by implementing an integral programme that creates immediate wealth for all. Generating abundant water, food and wellbeing at a fraction of the cost.
Climate Change Mitigation
The prevailing climate change mitigation strategies focus mainly on the reduction of greenhouse gasses and particularly CO2. This has led to the implementation of energy efficiency measures, the electrification of the transport sector, the construction of wind farms and the installation of solar panels at a rapidly mounting cost to our global society.
However 64% of all cumulative carbon emissions originate from the removal of trees and the decarbonisation of the earth’s soils. The carbon cycle and the hydrological cycle are hyper-linked in many ways, a process in which our biota/biome play a critical role. This is not widely understood by the majority of climate scientists.
New scientific insights, from the last 15 years, open multiple possibilities to harness the power of nature to tackle some of our deepest human problems. Working with nature simplifies and accelerates climate mitigation.
Beyond Renewable Energy
Most climate change focus is centred on dealing with energy industry impacts. To reduce this impact they see renewable energy as the way to become ‘carbon neutral’.
‘New energy’ research is being heavily funded globally by government projects to replace renewable energy which still requires an equal fossil backup capacity. While these projects have great potential some experts view their approach as futile.
From 20 years experience of exploring how ‘New Energy’ works and how it doesn’t work, this Unifying Fields paper explains how to bring this radically new field of energy innovation forward from inception to customer in an effective manner.