Listening to ‘We Are The Weather’ is nerve-racking, but it also comes with a plan about climate action. I highly recommend it, that is, part of those times when I just want to throw my headphones in a corner and rock myself softly back and forward.
While we wait for
So we can all do our share in shaping the world for tomorrow. That includes: eating less meat, flying less, and keeping fossil fuel in the ground.
Jonathan discusses in his book that we all should just eat dairy and meat at dinner – not breakfast and not lunch. I dig it. In fact, I dig it so much that it is the next step on my very own “let’s not eat that much meat people” staircase to be introduced to my loved ones. That is apart from cutting beef from the menu and turning the vegetables up. And some of us could go vegetarian around breakfast and lunch, right?
Agriculture is about to be spotify-ied
And totally up the ‘We Are The Weather’ alley, I saw this morning that something is finally going to be done about livestock and agriculture which accounts for around 24 % of total CO2 emissions – and you know… Cutting or burning down the Amazonas.
But: (there’s a new RethinkX report on food and agriculture that says that the next ‘industry’ to be disrupted is agriculture’. In 10 years time, the report says that the number of cows in the U.S. will have fallen by 50 % and that all other livestock industries will suffer a similar fate – because of precision biology.
So should we all just wait 10 years before doing anything about the climate as individuals? When we are not panicking? Hellz-no. Just do whatever you can. Speak up. Join a strike (I will be joining the climate strike tomorrow in New York). At least, don’t eat cows, the next step is pork and the last step is chicken. Livestock
Serve and save the world, rockers! I will be talking more about climate action, business, those pesky Global Goals sooner than you know.