Without question, especially speaking morally, we must fix what we broke. Relatively speaking, despite being the most educated and advanced civilization to date, we are causing damage to our environment, we are sicker and less happy and more in debt than we should be. We are more materially abundant than ever. Despite striving for and getting much more, we only learned that we cannot buy happiness or health, it must be earned.
Fixing what is broken also relates to prevention. Even if we prevent all problems, we have not intentionally done anything to promote a better outcome. To promote better we must enable more capacity and increased potential. If the focus changed from fixing what we broke to building more capacity, potential and partnerships, so a better future could be realized, we would get better while also fixing what we broke.
Relying on sustainable development as enough to stop or reverse climate change is like suggesting quitting smoking is enough to heal a lung cancer patient.paraphrase of James Lovelock in “Healing Gaia: Practical Medicine for the Planet”
Regeneration Means more than Sustainability
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