“Fixing the global warming problem is as easy as 1-2-3!”
With dieting, the solution to the problem is as comfortable as “less food, more exercise”, but dieting books and diet plans would like you to believe that it is more complicated than that!
With the global warming problem; less industry, more nature!
Let us avoid another 30 years of pretending to fix the problem with bad ideas. Global leaders have to come together and pledge to adopt this simple solution. Jobs shed from industry can be transferred over to mammoth ecological projects.
1. People hoarding money in the old style of capitalism have to be a thing of the past. It’s agreed globally that one man doesn’t need more than 100 million pounds -in any currency. International agreement has created a revenue stream based on this principle that would pay for the “Environmental Rebalance”, created and adopted in 94% of the world’s countries.
Imagine that this is the year 2015, and the world’s battered by year after year of environmental disasters, scientifically acknowledged as climate change phenomena.
As part of the 2014 international agreement, every member country dedicated 30% of their armed forces to establish the world’s first Green Task Force, to protect the world’s remaining forests and other protected areas.
This situation comes at a time when mass migration has increased tenfold as people facing years of drought, dried up rivers and only undependable flash flooding has devastated crops growth leading to famines across the whole of Africa, Asia and Europe. Billions of people are on the move northward to avoid the devastating effects of global heating.
Renewable energy is prevalent in the year 2015, not for ecological reasons, as you may expect, but conventional energy prices have grown relentlessly since 2008. The competition between the East and Western countries for remaining oil supplies have forced 75% of the world’s population into fuel poverty.
2. The demand for solar panels is especially huge as people become more dependent on them, rather than using expensive energy from the traditional energy companies, now in fierce competition with each other.
The 99% of the population’s cries for change continues, with greater numbers of breakaway factions, each with their different theories on how to change the establishment.
3. The anti-capitalism movements, which started on Wall Street, and St Paul’s Cathedral in 2011 have grown and grown since the Church joined the call for change. In a Call to Action, both the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England and many other religions are united to help protect ‘Gods Creation’.
The beauty of each one of these fixes is that they allow the different wealth bands to make a positive change. The wealthy, who don’t want to see a breakdown in society, give back to fund the difference.
The wealthy, who don’t want to see a breakdown in society, so ‘give back’ to the community and the environment to fund positive change on both counts.
Middle-class people can adorn their homes with financially-viable technology such as solar panels. The most significant driver of this revolution is not financial as you may expect, but the idea of keeping up with the Jones’s.
For people in society who are not so lucky, the active protest has enabled their voices and opinions heard. The necessity for change has grown stronger, with the victims of the financial meltdown in 2008 at the core of the movement.
Change is possible, as we have seen in the ‘Arab spring’. You have imagined a world not too far away as to be reasonable.