Not much to report this week. I am still travelling, and hence not as invested in writing my blog. Most of what I read in the various sources I tap is that the world is continuing to react to Trump’s decision to exit the Paris Accord. For me this is a good thing, because it may well be the galvanizing point at which the world starts to recognize how seriously the climate issue truly is. Hopefully . . .
Otherwise, I continue my search for a way in which to utilize my skill set in the issues of global warming. Essentially my proficiency is that of personal transformation — believing that society itself is a system of individuals, and that change comes from small shifts in the cultural milieu. Again, hopefully . . .
This week, I’m presenting workshops in Ontario, exploring the skills of Authenticity. I’ll be returning in October to present Blowing Out The Darkness (my emotional/anger management workshop) and Partners Coming Together (my relationhship workshop — to which individuals can also come). I’ve also decided to expand my on-line presence by offering video coaching using one of the platforms such as Skype (my preference is Zoom.us). If interested, contact me via my website. More later.
Some links concerning Trump
World promises to stand and deliver after Trump’s ‘train wreck’ climate decision (20170602)
A good summary of the multiple reactions to Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord.
We may be surprised at how things play out… (20170603)
I’ve previoiusly noted the possibility that Trump’s exit from the Paris Accord may have surprising outcomes — this article also supports that.
2 thoughts on “Ongoing Backlash”
I think you are right. Trump’s Paris Accord exit moved many Canadian fence sitters to support a green economy. For the first time even a majority of Conservative endorsed support. See yesterday’s Abacus polls.
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Thanks, Val. I’ll check it out.