Universe Day is an annual day of educational, social and celebratory events all over the planet. Universe Day begins each December 31 at noon and ends at noon January 1 st. This year the message of Universe Day 2014/15 focuses on:
1.) "increasing awareness of the "climate cliff" --- catastrophic and irreversible climate destabilization caused by human-caused carbon pollution of our atmosphere by fossil fuels."
2.) dramatically reducing human-caused carbon emissions in the atmosphere. Reducing human-caused planetary carbon emissions is truly Job One for Humanity! (For more information on reducing human-caused carbon in the atmosphere, click here.)
If left unresolved, what is coming with increasing climate destabilization is so bad that you will not be able to survive this alone very well. To survive escalating catastrophic climate destabilization better (or even at all,) either physically or psychologically, become part of or create a real and mutual eco-prepper support community of like-minded individuals who will come to your aid, support and have your back as things worsen before they hopefully get better.
The Job One plan steps found on the following pages (parts 1-5,) deal with the four most critical areas of needed change for resolving the climate destabilization challenge. They are meant to encompass a total systemic approach to resolving climate destabilization permanently.The 5 steps are arranged along the critical path of most effective "first things first" actions.
The four most critical areas for the needed changes are:
Looking for something inspiring to watch tonight about global warming instead of Game of Thrones? Check out this sneak peek of Years of Living Dangerously, which will premiere on Showtime on Sunday, April 13 at 10 p.m. Watch the first episode of Years of Living Dangerously in full by clicking this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brvhCnYvxQQ#t=444
<p>"The potentially species-ending global challenges that are now facing the planet simply cannot be resolved <u><em>with only a</em></u> planetary perspective and a planetary worldview. We need the new and vastly bigger perspective --- an evolutionary and universe-scaled worldview to guide us in resolving our planetary challenges. We quickly need to become much more than just planetary citizens. We need to become <em>universe-scale,</em> evolution-wise universe citizens."</p>