In an article sent to me by a Family Office publication, a reference was made to how governments set climate goals, billionaire and their family offices solve climate change. They are so wrong, on both counts.
Governments should not set goals. Governments should set the theory under which the merit of marketplace participants achieves the desired outcomes for humanity.
The laissez-faire pursuit of growth for the sake of growth in finance yields the ideology of a cancer cell in human excellence. Governments must reorganize themselves away from unsustainable solipsistic human wants to renewable evolutionary objectives, as depicted in the chart above.
Subject to the irreversible decline of available energy on the planet, called entropy, climate change is unsolvable. The key to dealing with climate change and other forms of entropy is to stop soiling our planet and improve human adaptability.
Humanity must, for the first time ever, abide by nature’s first-principles to establish a renewable dynamic equilibrium with nature.
Holding every human responsible for their role in improving adaptability to nature’s entropy is crucial. Governments are responsible for the theory that drives the long of human efficacy and excellence. Finance is responsible for deploying the arbitrage that builds companies to improve human adaptability to nature’s entropy.
We must clean up our act to break the norm of our laissez-faire past and get serious about how to align ourselves with nature gameplay to improve human excellence and longevity.