I got an image in my head a while ago and the other day Rajiv left a comment in one of my post telling they had 49 C and that was a near death experience.
Here in Sweden we wining when temps are 30 C, we’re use to ten C less on the scale normal Swedish summers. If other people have 49 and more, we should not be wining at 30 C, but we do. Sorry for that. I bet many more have bigger issues that 30 C temps.
But we do have big uncontrollable fires going on in north Sweden, but so far no one has died as far as I know, correct me if I’m wrong. It would be terrible to be wrong about facts like that.
It’s terrible that fires eat up the woods up in north Sweden and many people are forced to leave their homes, but Greece seems to have worse fires, so maybe we can’t complain as far as no one has died here.
We have water supply issues and food for cattle issues, but can we really complain about that either? There’s lots of countries with constant lack of water and food.
The whole world now suffers from the climate changes consequences. Do we really have any waiting time left before we have to do something?
I often feel we don’t get that we have to do something very soon before the big catastrophe is here all over us. But I’m also convinced that we together can do something about it if we really decide to do it.
Can we begin an anastrophe, which is the opposite of catastrophe?
I did this drawing, but I wonder, is it too much?