For those who start following this newsletter now, let me summarize the goals we want to achieve. In a nutshell, we feel the urgency to identify the shared verified truth about the environment [and not only]. We start by questioning all COP 27 reports, conclusions, and resolutions. we'll then submit questions and answers to specialists and scientists and will end up by publishing the block-chained timestamp of each verified answer on QuTii.
Why should all this be needed?
We have loads of information. In the best scenario, we don't know if it was created with vested interests in mind nor do we know if they were reported correctly. When information is created by merging multiple non-validated sources with unknown goals, the risk is that not only do we ignore the truth but also we ignore being "ignorant". our children form their critical minds on what they can access, which in large part is unchecked and subjectively defined as true. What sort of decisions will they make for the planet and for themselves?
The truth of something lies at the end of our inquiry into that thing. The wise of today ask questions. The savvy answer about tomorrow. Both are looking for the truth.
Our inquiry can't have an end because facts and knowledge rapidly change, for this reason, truth evolution needs to be mapped. When the truth is transparently made accessible, fairly assessed and honestly reported, then any observer can take informed and not "misinformed" decisions.
Done so far
Elements of reform here
Assessing and measuring risk and cost of capital here
Debt sustainability here
The carbon credit scheme here
Adaptation Agenda here
Climate change evidence here
Innovative finance here
Investment emissions here
Private philanthropy and aligning financial flows here
Youth World Issues here
Decarbonization Day- MARS initiative here
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