Right now there's the Chaos Communication Congress 2020 which is an event organized by Europe's largest association of hackers - the Chaos Computer Club. I watched the talk from the world renown climate scientist Stefan Rahmstorf (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Rahmstorf
) about tipping points in the earth system and it was very interesting.
He explained very well the dangers of climate change and talked about coral bleaching and the ice melting:
However, he was not talking about human behavior or our trade-based society that pushes people to create problems. It is so unfortunate that most scientists are highly educated in their field, yet they know very little about important and relevant topics like human behavior and our trade-based society and don't question those. Yes climate change is a huge problem, but we also have so many other problems, so we cannot focus only on decarbonizing our economy which he was talking about.
We have to emphasize on trade as the core problem and focus on trade-free goods&services, because when asked what can people do, he was emphasizing to go on the streets and vote... and when asked what the chaos computer club can do, he didn't really knew what to answer, yet these hackers can create trade-free software and online services like they do already kind of.
To me it's a bit like people kinda understand that trade is bad, like it's bad when you offer something but you collect data at the same time or you want something else in return for that, but they just don't have the word for it. And here's where trade and trade-free comes into place. That makes it just so simple to understand and cuts through the bullshit.
After the talk I created a twitter account and wrote him a comment about our trade-free.org website:
I don't know if he looks into that, but it's worth to share it. Because people like him understand that humanity faces huge challenges and we can not solve those if we don't address our trade-based society...
I can only emphasize to read our book "The Origin of Most Problems": https://www.tromsite.com/books/#dflip-df_6562/1/