How to avoid the big-picture problem of climate change
By KSHEN BOGDANAPALOU article The big picture is getting a little bigger: We’re facing a climate crisis that will be felt in ways that we’ve never experienced before, and that’s not going to go away.
The answer to the question of how we deal with this problem is, of course, a global system, not a local one.
But the way we respond is the big challenge that the world faces right now.
In the short term, we need to build a global energy system, and we need an international system that works.
But to do that, we’re going to need a comprehensive climate-change adaptation program that’s both comprehensive and inclusive.
That means tackling climate change from a holistic perspective, one that takes into account all of the impacts and challenges we’re facing today, as well as the broader challenges we face tomorrow.
This is a big task, and one that is going to take a long time.
The question is how to deal with it, how to solve it, and how to make sure we are on track to meet the challenge.
But I’m optimistic.
We’re going in the right direction.
Climate change is here, and the world is going through a major change in its energy mix.
That change is going in a direction that will bring about more extreme weather, more extreme heatwaves, and more extreme events.
The problem is we don’t know how to manage the changes in the mix, and there are lots of challenges that need to be tackled to mitigate the impacts.
It’s going to require a global effort to develop a system that’s adaptive and inclusive, and I believe that’s going the right way.
There’s a lot of talk about “green jobs,” and I don’t believe that it’s going away anytime soon.
It is happening in other parts of the world.
But it is happening as we speak.
This problem of energy is happening on a massive scale, and a lot will be lost as a result of the climate change that we are seeing.
We need to do our part.
And as I said earlier, we have to do this right, and not in the way that we currently do.
We have to work with all stakeholders, but we also have to take responsibility for how we respond to climate change and how we adapt to it.
We also have a lot to learn from each other, from the U.S. and from the European Union, and from China.
We know that there’s a tremendous amount of work that needs to be done, and it’s all going to be put together through a comprehensive and comprehensive program of adaptation.
And it’s not just about building our energy infrastructure, it’s also about changing our behavior, and our actions.
We can do it.
So we need a global climate-resilience program, and an international energy-system-based adaptation program.
We should do it in a way that is inclusive, but not too inclusive.
The key is to do both.
But as we look ahead, I’m hopeful that we’re moving in the wrong direction.
There are a lot people in this room who are doing amazing work in this field, who are trying to build resilience in the environment.
And that’s a really great way to go.
But there’s an even bigger challenge, one I think we all need to confront.
We don’t have a clear idea of what the climate-energy mix will look like in the future, or even how much energy will be used.
The reality is that we don, at this point, know what’s going on, or where the transition to a clean energy economy will take us.
And we have no idea how to plan for it.
The world’s energy mix is a lot like the way water is stored: We have a few lakes and a few rivers, and then there’s this massive storage system, which we know is pretty much locked in place, but it’s really difficult to make sense of what that will look and sound like.
We’re already seeing this in China.
I think that’s the biggest challenge facing us right now, that we need this kind of a transition.
And there’s no doubt that China is doing a tremendous job in trying to figure out what the world needs.
We’ve seen the transformation in water storage, and they’re doing it in China, and hopefully the rest of the globe will follow suit.
But we need more.
We will need to see that happen in other places, as this transformation takes place.
So that means we need better planning for the transition, and better planning to adapt to the new reality.
So I think it’s crucial that we get all of this right.
And if we do, I believe we’re on the right track.