The world has become small because 7.5 billion people (most likely 9 billion in 2050) are too many and our impact on the Earth ecosystem is becoming unsustainable. Our sustenance needs and our requests for well-being and entertainment already determine an over-exploitation of resources that cannot be sustained for many years yet. We consume too many fossil fuels and emit too many greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, cut too many forests, fish too many fish, introduce too many pollutants into the environment, we are extinguishing too many living species. In summary, we have become too many and are “devouring” the Earth.
A small world requires that actions must be shared. It is no longer permissible for everyone to do what they want. We cannot continue burning fossil fuels just because those who are warm or in a car do not even want to make the effort to think of an alternative. And the alternative is necessary because without an alternative in 50 years the world will no longer be as we know it today.
Greenhouse Gas emissions are the biggest problem humanity is fighting and to be able to cut them we need actions globally shared. We think that the best way to cat GHG is using carbon pricing globally … and the promotion of carbon price mechanisms globally is Our Mission