The Climate Crisis: What Global Warming Means for You

May 3, 2008 at 4:57 am

So what does the climate crisis mean for you?

If you’re a business owner, it could mean business interuption thanks to unpredictable weather.   Just think about the bizarre ice storm in 2007 that stretched from Maine to California to Mexico. And it could mean tremendous opportunities to develop new ways of doing business in the growing green economy.

If you’re a professional looking for new career opportunities, it means more jobs in growing fields like wind and solar, water management, and corporate sustainabilility.

If you’re a parent or grandparent or future parent, the climate crisis–unchecked–is likely to mean that your children will face tremendous challenges in the form of global economic downturn, food and water shortages, wars over resources such as water.

You’ve come to the right place if you want to know more about what Global Warming looks like and what you can do to make an important difference for the future of our planet.

The planet is the garden that nourshes us. Don’t we all want to live in a lovely garden? Don’t we want our children to live in an abundant garden?

Keep coming back to learn more as the site expands to become a comprehensive resource on the problem of global warming– and you can do!

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