We believe climate change is a profoundly moral issue. It will affect the poor and most vulnerable first and foremost. For this reason, we cannot treat poverty and climate as separate issues. They must be tackled in tandem and with full appreciation for the lived experience of each community.
We are technologists, communicators, writers, parents, lovers of nature and of our communities. We don’t believe in half measures or waiting for policy to catch up to reality.
Imagine a bucket line in front of a burning house. We are part of that chain, as is every person who takes a step to reduce carbon in their lives, in their community, in their company, at the local jurisdiction, and at the national and global level.