Climate Change is now the prevailing priority for governments and organizations.
Changes in weather predictability and severity ultimately affect everything from housing to food security. There is no economy without a functioning society and no society without a healthy environment. To further add pressure we must preserve our oceans from plastics and waste, consider water, housing and adaptation. A change in perception and culture is necessary for us to create a new form of economy and society.
Organizations are now faced unprepared and without the skills and know-how to bring resilience and direction to their social responsibility mission. Structure, policy, training and leadership are all necessary to begin the transition and change to a carbon-neutral, waste-free and equal organization.
Considerations for Climate Change Planning:
- Policy creation and review
- Education and training
- Stakeholder relations and public office engagement
- Leadership and commitment
- Best practice recommendation and adaptation plans
Additional and more specific planning measures include but are not limited to:
- Infrastructure and development
- Water purification and provision
- Food security
- Emergency planning
- Community development
Christopher Caldwell has a Masters degree in Urban Planning and Sustainability and a Masters degree in Adult Education and a diploma in Business and Environment. Chris has worked with government departments, not-for-profits and corporate organizations in a number of capacities. Chris speaks and writes widely on the topic of social responsibility and resilience. You can find Chris’ books on Amazon.
Contact Chris to develop your Climate Change Plan for your organization or community now.