The gentle agreement that is the Paris Accord on Cimate Change has been rejected by the political leaders of Nicaragua and the United States. Syria is too busy tearing itself to shreds to have even paid attention to it.
Every nation on Earth but mine and Nicaragua understands the science and the dire effects of climate change. Almost every nation and the majority of CEOs are in agreement.
Businesses and countries alike are willing to voluntarily spend the money necessary to fix this. Business leaders, who scrimp on every turn, who scrape money out of every corner, are spending their money and effort to reverse Climate Change.
I am heartened by this. Humans have typically just reacted to disaster rather than preventing it. But here we are, educating each other, learning why this situation is such a detriment, and deciding to work together. I am so amazed and proud of humanity.
Learning the CEOs are signing onto the Paris accord gleams of the brightest kind of hope. The diligence of scientists, who have repeatedly stood in the face of derision and defamation, has won the day. Science seeks facts and to understand reality for the good of humanity. They serve people and this service is their greatest triumph.
I do not look to business world for guidance. I seldom look to business world even for creative ideas. But here we are, now able to take an example from this circle of money-oriented and timid culture.
I have hope, more than I did a week ago.