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Climate change is perhaps the most prominent of the global threats we currently face. A recent report by the UN, warns that “unless actions are taken immediately,” the projected emissions “may lead to a temperature rise of about 2.7C by the end of the century” along with an end to all semblance of life as we know it today.
Michael Sales offers a glint of good news that thousands of science-based and heartfelt efforts are underway worldwide to solve the problems faced by humanity. The "Security and Sustainability Guide" is an effort to catalog these inspiring activities and to reveal the contours of an enormous system of sanity that can lead humankind toward a rational management of our shared “Spaceship
Michael Sales is a principal of the team working on the "Security and Sustainability Guide." He is also a member of Elders Climate Action (ECA) of Massachusetts. For over 30 years he provided Strategic Leadership Development consulting services to a wide variety of people and organizations. He co-wrote, with Anika Savage, a book on this topic, entitled "Life Sustaining Organizations: A Design Guide." Michael holds a doctorate in Education from Harvard, an undergraduate degree in Economics from the Wharton School, and a masters in Broadcast Communications Arts from Cal State, San Francisco.
Join members of the Chelmsford Climate Action Team (C-CAT) and the Massachusetts Chapter of Elders Climate Action for discussions and action to address climate change in our community.
Climate Conversations is an informal group sponsored by CCAT and the Chelmsford Public Library. We meet on the second Thursday of each month using Zoom to share our concerns about Climate Change. Public invited. Meetings most often include guest speakers. We share a commitment to climate legislation, advocacy and education in our community to prevent the harmful effects of climate change and protect our planet. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns or wish to become active in CCAT. More information can be found on the Chelmsford Climate Action Team website.