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“Not to engage in the pursuit of ideas is to live like ants instead of like men.” - Mortimer Adler

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Idea 1:

imageI propose that we immediately create a new law that is adhered to world-wide in which, these terrorist business's, individuals, or organizations that knowingly work on destroying the ability of humanity to continue existing be stripped of their financial wealth. They will be left with only a million dollars and all other removed finances will be used for #1 climate disasters and #2 create renewable energy companies ran and owned by the people themselves. Crimes against humanity should not be tolerated in the least. Precedence can be found in the book outlined below. Crimes against humanity and punishment for it should be acted upon without fear but with an awareness we are protecting the continuation of mankind. Period!

  • Unprecedented Crime - tick – check it out!

Our society spends an enormous amount of time, energy, and money to deal with crimes of various types, such as the potential crimes studied by the Mueller Investigation, and rightly so. But however serious these crimes turn out to be, they will not compare with the seriousness of the crimes against the climate - which means, crimes against us, our children, our grandchildren, and eventually the human race and life in general. And yet there have been no comparable investigations of the major climate criminals - such as the CEOs of ExxonMobil, which did more than any other corporation to promote climate denial, even though ExxonMobil's scientists had warned the front office decades ago about what the continued burning of petroleum and natural gas would do to the climate. Equally responsible are the bosses of the major media corporations, which have hidden the seriousness of global warming from the general public. - David R. Griffin, 'Unprecedented Crime' book review.

Look folks (and law-makers) eventually we will be holding two choices, one representing the future of humanity (the children to come) and one representing those greed based entities that are diminishing our very existence.  We will have to make a choice, like it or not, on whether our humanity (the human species) continues or we die due to those whose life are ruled by an unquenchable avarice nature.  The clock is ticking!



Idea 2:

FireChat (or similar) is an app that turns your old cell phone into a walkie-talkie, i.e. you do not need to have an IP address.  Someone at close enough distance away (sad to say, even under rubble) can communicate.  Also install VLC and add a 16, 32, or 64 GB sdisk card (I believe that's what the cell phone cards are called), then on this card load a several hours of music.  The idea is to have something that provides constant sound.

image Say What!  This might not be a reality for most people but I can assure you it is for others and will be more of a necessity as the crisis of climate devastation increases.



Idea 3:

Make 'Climate Adaptation' a noun, a physical object, just like the current climate crisis, which we can both see and feel. 

climate adaptation boxWe each obtain a climate adaptation box, no matter how you customize it but it should be something you can pick up and move in a jiffy.  Label it if you prefer, this box is kept with your most essential emergency items such as candles, flashlight with fresh batteries, an old cell phone (avec charger) with FireChat installed, and even important papers that you must have in case of emergencies. Remember, you take responsibility and own your climate adaptation box.  Great opportunity for certain companies to start making and selling these.



Idea 4:

Empower, encourage but most of all involve youth in all aspects of the climate action, mitigation, adaptation and solutions. They should be saturate in and as well as spear-heading the efforts towards climate mobilization. Young people are very concerned about their future and rightly so, in that case they should not be censored and should be listened to regarding the climate crisis.
imageIt is way beyond time that old ideas are appreciated but at the same time new ideas from young adults be considered and encouraged.  They have more of a vested interest towards the future for obvious reasons.  We are destroying their planet the least we could do now is assist them in making it livable again.


Idea 5:

image12.05.18 -
Told to me by a good friend.  Uber and Lyft should create travel to work vans, meaning so many people would give up driving in order to carpool with others. They would rather not wait at bus stops yet would gladly go from home to work and back in a 14 person or less car pool.  This would decrease several vehicals from the road and help decrease congestion to boot.


Idea 6:

image12-06-18 - What if each and every one of us planted a tree in 2019, minus deniers and others. Each person on the planet planting a tree would equal transforming just about the entire planet into, a forest. Some might think that this is ridiculous, however when we look at the alternative or rather direction we're heading in then it might be a motivational impetus.

How do we go about it. Well for one we can all use Ecosia search engine for web-browsing as after about 45 searches or so they plant a tree on our behalf. Perhaps this would motivate Sports Companies, Google, Bing, Amazon, and others to indicate they plant trees on our behalf whenever we use their services or purchase from them.

I am sure there are other organizations and entities that have or either offer this service or have mechanisms that allows one to have a tree planet on their behalf. A simple Ecosia web search would suffice in finding them.

Another thought is that I remember when I was living in the country how trees would drop seeds all over, so I thought perhaps grade school children as a class trip or project could collect these on an outing and ship them to other children in other states or countries that could benefit from them. They could even create their own class project to plant them.


Idea 7:

imageThat box should be enlarged according to circumstances, families would have a family climate adaptation box, nurses stations would have one, police departments would have one, fire departments, mayors offices, classrooms, etc...  (heck, I am even setting up a small box or shoe box for my own personal climate adaptation box...)

Each of these boxes depending on the circumstances will have either a person, department, or unit assigned to not only manage and care for this climate change adaptation box but will also have an identity (more information about this shortly).

So in essence, we now have a climate adaptation box which every family, business, or city/state govenment would have, then a person or department that would care and manage the box. 

continued at Idea #9...


Idea 8:

imageUm, if you are obstructing the efforts towards climate mobilization, adaptation and education, then perhaps you can take a hard look at your moral and values.  The effects of the current crisis is a reality we can reverse, however it will not be possible unless we all in our own way as well as united reject anything related to the fossil fuel, wealth driven individuals, and their hired-hands. 

We created a product list page , so every product I find or you send in can be added to the page.  United we can hopefully boycott these products.  Please see that page for details.


Idea 9


Idea #10

“If we want to fight global warming through the food we buy, then one thing’s clear: We have to drastically reduce the meat we consume,” says Tara Garnett of London’s Food Climate Research Network.

First and foremost, in these climate crisis times and in relation to our efforts to mobilize and mitigate the word diet should now mean, ‘self-education.’  We have absolutely no choice but to decrease our intake of meat and by doing so we will become victors of taking concrete climate action.  The wall we are heading towards at full speed can’t be avoided but at the least we can decrease the impact, this is climate adaptation.

Instead of saying diet, perhaps we could say; 'ways of eating' as described below by Marni Wasserman, in her book - 'Plant-Based Diet For Dummies'

Plant-based: This way of eating is based on fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds with few or no animal products. Ideally, the plant-based diet is a vegan diet with a bit of flexibility in the transitional phases, with the goal of becoming 100 percent plant-based over time.

Vegan: This describes someone who doesn’t eat anything that comes from an animal, be it fish, fowl, mammal, or insect. Vegans refrain not only from animal meats but also from any foods made by animals (such as dairy milk and honey). They often also abstain from purchasing, wearing, or using animal products of any kind (for example, leather).

Fruitarian: This describes a vegan diet that consists mainly of fruit.

Raw vegan: This is a vegan diet that is uncooked and often includes dehydrated foods.

Vegetarian: This plant-based diet sometimes includes dairy and eggs.

Flexitarian: This plant-based diet includes the occasional consumption of meat or fish. I like to refer to it as “a little bit of this and a little bit of that” — said with no judgment, of course!

Regarding self-education about ways-of-eating, there is a remarkable amount of resources online, such as typing ‘how to eat plant-based’ in Ecosia, or YouTube.  This is several health specialists kicking off plant-based ways-of-eating right now also, such as Beyonce’s health specialist, Rawvana, plant-based eating website, Fully Raw Kristina, and many, many others.

For the Climate Adaptation Diet or Way-of-Eating perhaps we can consider this type of transition, just do what you do, you don’t have to change your way of eating, just reschedule how you eat.  It works like this, by the way, this idea came from a Judicial Judge  -- I thought we could make it into a climate adaptation action.  Without the guilt crap, missing this or that or making mistakes, no financial charges, etc..., we are the ones who initiate this with the mindset that we are contributing to improving the planet for our families and children.  Bottom Line!


IDEA #10

How about this idea:  For those who do are not vegan or plant based and struggle with health issues, we create a Climate Adaptation Health Action, which would go like this:  We eat plant based from Sunday 6:00 pm to Friday 6:00 pm.  That would make it plant based for about 120 hours a week and then we could eat whatever you desired for roughly 48 hours.  It simply works like this, FROM Sunday night 6 pm TO either Friday 6 am or Saturday night (your choice)  6 pm, we eat ‘PLANT BASED’ – after a while one transition to eating this way naturally.

We could call it the Climate Adaptation Diet.  This would have a tremendous effect towards our health and  mobilizing.  It will put our liver into regeneration and from what I understand is that you gain energy, mental clarity and a host of added improvements, not to mention taking part in climate mobilization.

Here are some books to consider checking out, some of which I read several times:

THE SELF-HEALTH REVOLUTION by J. Michael Zenn (highly recommended)

Our Toxic WORLD – A Wake Up Call by Doris J. Rapp, MD


The Hundred-Year Lie by Randall Fitzgerald

Benbella's Best of Plant-Based Eating (2nd Edition)

Lindsay S. Nixon - The Happy Herbivore Guide to Plant-Based Living

Plant-Based Diet For Dummies - Marni Wasserman

Green for Life by Victoria Boutenko

Lani Muelrath - The Plant-Based Journey

Trish Sebben-Krupka - Plant-Based Cookbook

Forks Over Knives - The Cookbook Over 300 Recipes for Plant-Based Eating All Through the Year

The SimplyRaw Living Foods Detox Manual by Natasha Kyssa

All of which is to say that for people to care, the climate–food discussion must be about more than just facts, more than pounds of greenhouse gases per units of food. It’s got to be about morality, about right versus wrong. And I don’t mean the usual morality of environmental “stewardship.” Or even the issue of cruelty to farm animals. I’m talking here about cruelty to people, about the explicit harm to humans that results from meat consumption and its role as a driving force in climate change. Knowingly eating food that makes you fat or harms your local fish and birds is one thing. Knowingly eating food that makes children across much of the world hungry is another. - Mike Tidwell


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