A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy

We stray further down the 'rabbit hole' of Deep Adaptation. We do not take this lightly, and we feel responsible for providing some orientation and emotional buffering for viewers. Since the subject is quite serious, the 'collapse of civilization', which Dr. Bendell feels is unavoidable at this point, and relatively soon, we urge viewers to follow his advice in the video, and use it initially as a 'thought experiment'... something to consider as a 'what if'.

NOTE: This is NOT an excuse for doing nothing to change our catastrophic trajectory. It is not a reason to abandon hope and indulge in hedonism or apathetic denial. The complexities of the future cannot be summarized meaningfully in a couple of words. Even if the 'collapse of civilization' is unavoidable on a decadal timescale, HOW that plays out is still very much something we will determine with our collective commitment, wisdom and actions.

Published on Jan 24, 2019

( Source: ScientistsWarning.TV )

  Category: Featured, Nature & Science, Videos
  Topics: Climate Change, Nature And Environment, Social Change  Values: Hope
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