5 Easy Tips for Superior Climate Assessments 1

5 Easy Tips for Superior Climate Assessments

Five easy tips to get superior climate assessment results. Today, instead of the emotional face of climate, I focus on things we can do to pave a path forward.

Slippery Words and Discussing Climate

A Good Example of Slippery Words and Climate

The other day, I was doing a crossword puzzle. It was a clear case of slippery words, and it made me ponder slippery words and discussing climate.

We Need to Listen Too

We Need to Listen Too

When we keep the climate dialogue open, we are more likely to achieve our resilience goals. But for meaningful dialogue, we need to listen too.

Going on a Carbon Diet

Going on a Carbon Diet

Last week, I saw an ad on television for the umpteenth time. The ad made me realize that going on a carbon diet is similar to any other reduction activity.

4 Things You Can Do About Dangerous Climate Anger 2

4 Things You Can Do About Dangerous Climate Anger

Over the last few months I noted the level of anger about climate change has reached a new level of intensity. I pondered about this all summer.

Talking About Climate Makes Everyone Angry

Talking About Climate Makes Everyone Angry

When I ramble through social media, I see angry people! This is especially so when they talk about politics or climate. In fact, these days talking about the climate is a political argument.

3 Big Steps to Reduce Climate Assessment Costs 3

3 Big Steps to Reduce Climate Assessment Costs

Risk assessments are big steps to reduce the impact of climate change. They give a “picture” of different aspects of the climate health of the organization.

Climate Resilience is a Choice

Climate Resilience is a Choice – Revised

Lately, I have been thinking about how climate resilience is a choice. We learn about the choices we need make to earn and save. Climate resilience is a choice.

Teamwork is the Best Path to Climate Resilience

Teamwork is the Best Path to Climate Resilience

A Brief Reminiscence about TeamworkLast week Joan and I got into a deep discussion about how teamwork is the best path to climate resilience. This all started when I reminisced about my early days as an engineer, right out of university. A young crew, the average age on our team was about 25-years, including our …

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Climate Argument and Scientific Debate

Climate Argument and Scientific Debate

Today, I want to consider the difference between climate argument and scientific debate. As a climate specialist, this is a subject close to my heart. In fact, I welcome chats about climate, as talking is a big step towards acting. But, arguing about climate is often fruitless. It allows us to vent our feelings, but …

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