If you’re like me, you might think you live in a bubble, surrounded by the minority of people that understand or care about climate change.
But if you saw photos from around the world on September 20 for the Climate Strike, then you might be thinking something very different now. (photos here from Vox)
Some called it the largest climate protest in history. While hard to measure the exact numbers, I’d say, “Duh, of course it was.”
Until recently, this topic has largely lived in the stratosphere (ok, technically in the lower elevation troposphere, but you get the idea). It’s only now coming to a boiling point. (Yep, pun intended.)
When 4 million people in 163 countries show up at 2,500 events to bring attention to climate change, I start to see some glimmer of hope that we’ll implement solutions to this problem before things get too bad.
[I have no doubt that some percentage of these young people will become future Entrepreneurs for Impact.]