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Many of us concerned about increasing extreme weather events are aware of how rapidly climate change is effecting life all over the globe. If you would like a primmer on how human activities are causing shifts in biodiversity, please visit globalissues.org/article/172/climate-change-affects-biodiversity or any reputable source of information on rapid climate changes caused by humans – anthropogenic climate change. This post’s focus is not on climate change directly; rather it explores how human diversity and global diversity are mirroring each other in the patterns found in increased extreme weather events and increased human polarization and lack of civility in problem solving. Acute human polarization and lack of civility when dealing with the environmental crises mean we have fewer creative solutions to address the climate calamities that have become every day events. To find out how we can participate in positive change, read on.
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Today, September 21, 2014, a massive march in NYC is bringing world attention to the urgent threats we face because of climate change. Tomorrow, many of the same participants will shift to Wall Street to remind the world that a non-stop, extractive economy is killing the environment and its diverse human and non-human communities the world over. Becoming involved in halting climate change is both inspiring and threatening. Television and film footage of fifties and sixties civil-rights sit ins offers vivid examples of the inspiration of collective action as well as the terrifying violence it can provoke. Bearing blows, risking imprisonment, and even dying come with activism’s territory. And yet we know with certainty that some causes are so important we muster our courage and take to the front lines. Tapping can help us to affirm and act on our resolve to be the change we want to see in the world.