Man, Not Nature, Is The Biggest Threat To Mankind


Related to questions I frequently get about climate change. And my standard answer now, not to diminish the need to maintain our equilibrium with nature, is a redirection towards our role as humans to preserve ourselves to the best of our ability first.

The biggest threat to humanity is manmade, inherent to the conformance to our dumb manmade systems. We have built systems to implement and maintain a monism of freedom, preached as the gold-medal winner of freedom to the rest of the world. A totalitarian monism of freedom quite the opposite of free.

Let me explain what it means to deploy real freedom.


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Georges van Hoegaerden
Georges van Hoegaerden
Georges is the Founder and Managing Director of method41. From analyzing the workings of policy, capital, and innovation, Georges noticed how these siloed constructs are woefully incompatible with the principles nature deploys to produce regenerative performance. With humanity stuck in a fabric of its own making, Georges set out to reinvent the operating-systems of humanity to fix the theory that determines what humanity can discover, aiming to fundamentally improve human adaptability to nature's entropy.
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