How will the world react to significant climate change? Understanding and helping to prevent imminent threats to Earth’s weather systems and wild habitats, both global and local, which together regulate the planet’s climate as we know it.
Nature, Weather, Indigenous Peoples, Biodiversity in the sea and on land, Habitat, Landscape, Heritage, Culture and Traditions
BE INFORMED: Train in related fields like Geophysics, Meteorology, Oceanography, Seismology, Zoology, Botany, Ecology.
BE PRO-ACTIVE: Do original fieldwork. Research, write, collate relevant materials. Create networks, communities and events. Collaborate. Don’t be afraid to change the rules for good (with consensus) where necessary
BE INFLUENTIAL: Engage decision makers, stakeholders, media and systems to improve danger zones and limit risks to life. Don’t be afraid to create new systems for good.