Adjusting to Climate Change

     The trends today which are now well established have been extrapolated.  We are headed for substantial changes in our environment in most parts of our world.  
      We can debate the issue of what caused this, but now, we need to dedicate serious planning and action to preparing for the changes which have already begun.  
       This will not be possible if we do not move to far more sustainable human practices for all of our needs.  
        Working with our partner organizations, Deep Green Futures has put together a plan to accomplish this goal.  

         You likely recognixe the image to your left as the Great Wall of China.  
         The Great Wall of China (Chinese: 萬里長城; pinyin: Wànlǐ Chángchéng) is the collective name of a series of fortification systems generally built across the historical northern borders of China to protect and consolidate territories of Chinese states and empires against various nomadic groups of the steppe and their polities.
          It has lasted through time because it was built from kaolinite, utilized in ways similar to those appliced by ancient Egypt and other cultures.  Today we know these as Geopolymers - and there are multiple raw materials which we can use and these can be reground and recycled as needed. 
          Our homes need to last hundreds of years; our infrastructure needs to remain structurally sound for the same extended periods of time.  
These are elements of surviving climate change.  Today, the cost of these changes must also be taken into account.  The cost of housing, infrastructure, energy used, and the impact of natural water circulation must be lowered, the impact on the Earth, become negligible.  

We must change how we grow what we eat.

We must change what we eat

Transport of food and other things we need

The cost and impact of every component must drop.

Adjusting to Climate Change 

      Adjusting to the changes taking place around us must take into account projections