Many people are facing the consequences of climate change. Land are lost and homes swept away by accelerated sea level rise due to melting glaciers. As the temperature increases due to greenhouse effect, droughts and wildfires are taking away wildlife and their habitats.
We are producing more Carbon dioxide (CO2) than the earth could absorb by the way we are changing the landscape, cutting down trees, mining and burning fossil fuels for industrialization. But before we blame every country for greenhouse gas emissions, let us check out what Bhutan is doing about it.
I like the dream Prime Minister of Bhutan, Tshering Tobgay, shared on how we can all be carbon neutral together by kickstarting an "Earth for Life" global fund.
Let's us work on making it a reality by sharing his idea.
And if you are curious what "Gross National Happiness" is about, read this book.