We’re all glad that’s over, right? 2020 was a hard year, especially for those who have lost loved ones to COVID-19, and we’ve still got many challenges ahead. Never before has it been more clear that if you haven’t got your health, you haven’t got anything. That goes for each person, family, business, community, state, nation, and the whole planet.
At The Climate Economy Education Inc (TCE), 2021 is a battle year: we have to fight to create our future that’s good for the climate, economy and humanity, or else. Or else what? Well, there are many with power and money working to keep burning fossil fuels and tearing up nature so they can hoard more financial profit, even though it kills people every single day, especially the poor, those on the front lines of climate change and communities of color. It’s not OK. Injustice is NOT inevitable. We will not stand for an economy that sacrifices people and nature in the name of unfettered capitalism and greed. We don’t have to, and we shouldn’t be made to feel that it’s our only choice. It’s clear for all to see, and we each have a role to play, although some are too “busy” to care or don’t “believe” bad things are happening. Nothing comes from nothing, so we act now for truth or forever hold our complaints.
Every person has a role to play, and our role at TCE is to help everyone find their niche in this new world of cooperative opportunities and justice. Our specific role is:
…to help people build climate ventures and take target actions, so that we can all thrive authentically. Lots of bad behaviors need to be changed in order to heal the climate and humanity, and we’re going to call out bad behavior, and work to grow and reward good behavior.
What is your role? You’re invited to join the fun on CLEANetwork and figure it out. We have been working on making improvements to help people find the tools and information they need. Please take a moment to finish the recently updated course:
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