What to do with meaningless but well intended moral calls for action?
We make complex things, Nature makes them work.
What if we think as a quantum physicist? What if we introduce distributive justice instead of using Cost-benefit Analysis for decisions??
It is easy to use a similar type of thinking that lead to the problems with climate change. Economic benefits such as subsidiaries are tempting to use but we need to ensure that the risks involved with any solution are carefully explored. Sustainably managed forests to combat cllimate change is not as simple as it might first sound.
If you think about mitigating Global Warming, and you are looking for creative solutions to, it may make sense to map out existing approaches.
Let's try to get ideas on how to attack the climate crisis by greenhouse gas emissions in a non-obvious way. Ideas where never anyone has thought of. If you wish so: out-of-the/box. Beyond more-of-the-same thinking. Outside current thinking.
As we are interested in non-traditional thinking. Put forward a fantasy or a wish, knowing that it is impossible to achieve. It is important that a provocation be a fantasy.
You agree we need innovative thinking here, don´t you? To begin with: childish questions.
Of course, we could study intensively the different approaches to the ethical question of ¨Why should we bother about climate change?¨ that scholars have identified. But we believe that policymakers and responsible citizens must able to answer that question for themselves.
Besides the practical, economical and ecological advantages of reusing obsolete things, it is good brain workout to give yourself the instruction: 25 Creative Ideas To Reuse ... The amount of required ideas is important to avoid too obvious ideas. Try to make twenty-five at least. If you don't believe this is possible, look at these examples: …
Positive Steps New ideas and suggestions to solving problems are always interesting to examine. In many cases, there is a lack of obvious signs of the idea or suggestion making any real change. Sometime this way of looking at new ideas can be deceptive. Often new human resource management ideas are regarded as old wine …