There are those who say a few big, big investments could turn the tide of the global warming debate, but few would argue they are the only option.
The idea is that, if we all do our part, a little bit of the sun, and maybe some good luck, can turn the tides of climate action.
It’s not easy.
But here’s what can be done: In a few years, perhaps as soon as 2023, we’ll need to start thinking about how much we are contributing to climate change and what it means to us as a nation.
That will require a massive change in thinking, and a new attitude about how to do it.
“We’ve got to make a change in our way of thinking,” says Michael H. Schmidt, who co-founded the climate-change research group at the University of Arizona.
“That means we’re going to have to make more investments in research and development.”
In addition to setting a high-stakes goal for climate change that will take a generation to achieve, the big picture, says Schmidt, requires a new understanding of what it is we can and cannot do.
“The most important thing for people to understand is that climate change is happening and it’s happening right now, and we have to do something about it,” he says.
The first step, says Mr. Schmidt and his co-founders, is for people around the world to realize that there is a bigger problem, and that the solution to it lies in our actions.
It is a big change, but the solution will be possible.
Climate change can affect every part of our lives.
It affects how we grow our crops, how we build houses, how our children learn, how they feel about us and how they view our world.
The most pressing issue in the world today is climate change, said Stephen Schneider, a professor of economics at New York University who has been studying climate change for more than 25 years.
“It’s a very significant challenge to our economic development,” said Schneider, who is an author of several books on the subject.
In the past, climate change was a relatively easy thing to grasp for most people.
“When you look back to the 1960s and 1970s, it wasn’t very much discussed, not at all,” said Mark Zandi, an economist at Moody’s Analytics who has written extensively about climate change.
But it is now becoming more and more important.
It now seems to be affecting every aspect of our economic lives, and to the extent it affects people, it will affect our planet in the long run.
It means we are in an era of increasing global inequality, said Peter Koo, a climate scientist at Princeton University and a former senior adviser to the president of the United States, who helped to organize the climate summit.
“For the first time, we have the opportunity to think about the future, the impact of climate, and how we might respond to climate-related risks,” he said.
The climate change conversation is more than the political or economic issues that have been dominating the news lately.
It has become a conversation about the ways we relate to each other.
A big part of that is changing our values and our perceptions about the world around us, said David Shimer, a scientist and the co-founder of the nonprofit group Global Climate Solutions.
Shimer and his colleagues are working to identify the ways in which we perceive the world in a way that is less judgmental.
It takes us into a more accepting mindset, he said, and it is about how we think about people and the planet.
And what can we do about it?
The biggest change will come when we get a better handle on the extent to which climate change will affect us.
The problem, said Schmidt, is that we have been able to make the world a more dangerous place.
“Our problem with the world is that there are so many people who think the world’s a more pleasant place,” he explained.
“But the problem is that the world isn’t that nice.
The world’s not a very pleasant place.”
But that won’t always be true.
“If we are to live in a peaceful world,” Schmidt said, “then we need to learn to live with our world, not against it.”
We need to realize what we can do about the climate change challenge, said Shimer.
We need a shift in thinking about what it would take to get us there.
That means not just investing in more renewable energy, but also looking for ways to develop new technologies to capture carbon emissions, as well as improving our air quality.
There is much work that needs to be done in the United Kingdom, for instance, to address the effects of climate pollution on our cities and towns.
But the work is starting to get more serious, and not just in England.
In Italy, a study published last year found that carbon emissions in