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Sunday, 21 January

09:00

Sketch of our route towards carbon safety. First stop: #StoryChange Centre for Climate Safety

The main message of this blogpost can be distilled to something like: As long as the narrative about the climate action movement is that it is a minority of activists shouting from the fringe of society, we waste precious time if we think we can demand the level of change-making that the climate emergency requires. Society as a whole has not yet given its elected leaders the clear mandate to do what is necessary.

We are social animals and we tend to do what the others do, so first of all the story, the societal narrative, needs to change. Once that has happened, a new breed of politicians will rise to the occasion with the knowledge that they have the mandate to do what is necessary.


The question is no longer: How do we solve the climate crisis?  We have the solutions we need, they are within reach. And new improved or smarter ones keep cropping up.

The question is no longer: How do we create consensus?  Consensus around that we need to step up ambitions and speed with solving the crisis is already here. The general public in Australia fully acknowledges that climate change is an existential threat that requires big changes in our society.

The big question right no...

06:39

Indias Pink City gears up to host the worlds largest free literary festival CHANGING TIMES

The 11th edition of Indias renowned Jaipur Literature Festival will get underway in the Pink City this coming Thursday, with more than 350 speakers on the programme and nearly 200 sessions spanning a extremely diverse range of topics and genres.

The five-day event, which is held at the Diggi Palace Hotel, and this year runs from January 25 to 29, is the largest free literary festival in the world. This year the speakers hail from more than 35 different countries.

Novelists, poets, playwrights, screenplay writers, translators, and filmmakers will be taking the stage along with environmentalists, politicians, journalists, academics, and popular cultural icons.

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