Our growing population is adding more pressure to already limited farmland. With the rise in global temperatures, the most common agricultural locations will also experience a decrease in yield outputs. In addition, most of the current solutions towards Carbon Net Zero also produces a significant carbon footprint.
It is time to take a realistic look at the disruptions brought by climate change regarding the most fundamental impact – scarcity of locations.
Given that effective prevention will require some form of a supranational agreement, with readily available mechanisms for enforceability, on the search for a solution, we will be on the side of operational remedy.
The success of operational remedy will dictate the degree of adaptation required by society.
We acknowledge that “no action” is not an option, but we also recognise that global and effectively enforceable coordination is a tall order.