The ecology and the economy Charles Darwins’ Natural selection theory explains how the ecological balance is maintained on planet earth. Natural selection theory is an overarching biological algorithm and it operates across the spectrum of living organisms, from bacteria to blue whales. Gravity to physics is Natural selection to Biology. So it sort of takes care of the extreme… Continue reading
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Fighting climate change at scale and pace
Decentralization: Dilution of power and authority The fundamental idea behind the cryptocurrency revolution (almost synonymous to Bitcoin revolution) is the paranoia that banks and financial systems, the fabric of the modern economics and the quintessential intermediaries can make some grave mistakes again which can potentially cause a financial meltdown (like the one that happened in… Continue reading
How effective can UNFCCC’s climate neutral project be in making climate change an individual responsibility ?
When I first saw the twitter video message, in which Christiana Figueres (then chairman of UNFCCC ) inviting global citizens to be climate neutral by offsetting unavoidable emissions by proportionately funding carbon neutralizing projects, I instantly felt it is a great idea. I still think it is and have a great respect for all the efforts from UNFCCC and… Continue reading