I’ve spent ALOT of time the past few months trying to understand climate change and global warming, and how to effectively contribute. I’ve dug through 1000-page scientific reports, talked to experts, and basically tried to digest as much information as possible. I was surprised by how little I knew before. I’m convinced that, the more people who really understand the problem, the more effectively we’ll be able to solve it (or at least mitigate it).
So here’s a short animated video summarizing the whole issue. The problem, the consequence, the root cause, the solutions, and what you can do to help. All packaged in a fun and easy-to-digest way, same style as my other videos about Spotify Engineering Culture and Agile Product Ownership. The video is all based on solid scientific references, not speculation or rumours.
Please help spread it as widely as possible! Link to this blog post, or the youtube link: https://youtu.be/3CM_KkDuzGQ
I hope this video will inspire many people to make small changes, and a few people to make big changes. Who knows, maybe the next young Elon Musk is out there somewhere, just waiting for the spark of inspiration 🙂
Note that subtitles are available in lots of languages. If your language is missing, please help translate!
- Download the full drawing
- Web site: http://everytoncounts.org
- Join the Climate Crisplet community
BTW – this blog post was written while sitting on a train from Stockholm to Paris, instead of flying. Feels pretty suitable 🙂
Of course, sometimes flying is hard to avoid. In that case see my other post about carbon offsetting.
2 responses on “Friendly Guide to Climate Change (and what you can do about it)”
Full drawing is not available anymore. Could you fix that? Thanks a lot. Have fun!
Thanks, I fixed the broken link!