Mahatma Gandhi once said:
Your beliefs become your thoughts,
Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.
This has to be the thinking person’s newsletter on all things climate, carbon, energy, environment and sustainability. So we’ve been told. And if we don’t make you think as you read online in this cluttered life of ours, we have not done our job. So plenty to think about here – and maybe worry about. Climate sensitivity. Is it all as bad as it seems? Or should we not worry so much abut the fate of earth? Read what The Economist has to say. As well as our profiled guest John Cook – the skeptical scientist himself. Another visionary Larry Brilliant tells business to take a long term view and WWF urges Governments to convert fossil fuel subsidies to renewable energy investments. Asia is coming into its own: Can we believe it could lead the clean energy revolution? See what’s happening with low carbon competitiveness and better climate research. Then there’s stories about bees, water, rice, shipping and solar. A world of difference. And a last word on how we could communicate better – Ken Hickson