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February 19, 2020 | FEE Content, FEE Posts

Climate Refugees and Strategic Retreat

 

by Bob Leonard   Strategic Retreat is one of the most critical challenges we face as a consequence of our climate crisis. It’s a topic that hasn’t been covered in much detail in the climate literature. This is largely because, until recently, most books and media reports about climate change were focused on substantiating that […]

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February 11, 2020 | FEE Content, FEE Posts

It’s All of Us, or None of Us

 

by Bob Leonard   “If man chooses oblivion, he can go right on leaving his fate to his political leaders. If he chooses Utopia, he must initiate an enormous education program… immediately, if not sooner.” – R. Buckminster Fuller   We have to stop focusing on artificial dualities and past battles and move forward at […]

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January 22, 2020 | FEE Content, FEE Posts

Designing Our New World

 

by Bob Leonard   Our climate crisis is a global, extremely complex systemic problem. It cannot be solved by individuals using siloed legacy thinking. Designing a low-carbon future requires unprecedented levels of collaboration, creativity and imagination.   Much of what we need to do to successfully alleviate our climate crisis is related to design. The […]

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January 15, 2020 | FEE Content, FEE Posts

National Climate Service

 

by Bob Leonard   When does the will to collectively face our climate emergency trigger a global mobilization that is up to the task? Americans often refer to the unprecedented ramp up at the beginning of WWII as an example of how quickly we can come together and defeat a common enemy. Can we move […]

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December 18, 2019 | FEE Content, FEE Posts

Excerpts, Passages, Selections and Snippets

 

Editor’s Note: This post is comprised of a couple dozen excerpts from the Introduction and Chapter One of the book. I selected them to provide a quick and easy way for the reader to get a good idea of our premise… the reinvention of capitalism and the evolution of consumerism, in order to avoid catastrophe […]

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