Most of us see the world as a mess of problems. There’s global warming, or more politically correct, global climate change, or more technically correct, comprehensive climate chaos. And besides, that last one is alliterative - each word starts with the same letter.
There’s overpopulation. There’s increasing homelessness (houselessness), and poverty. There’s disparity, job loss, and permanent unemployment.
The ocean’s becoming a garbage dump, the Great Barrier Reef is dying, and the seas are overfished.
There are wars. The political parties are at each other’s throats. And there are too many guns in the hands of dangerous criminals.
I could keep going. However, you are probably already suffering from mild depression having just read the above. And I’m now a basket case. Yes, the world is full of problems. Notwithstanding, the world is also full of solutions. It’s hard to find solutions in the news. The media focuses on problems. For some reason they think that will drive readership / viewership up. So you really have to search for any good news. And solutions are even harder to spot.
In spite of that, good things are happening in the world. Enough electric vehicles are being sold in the US that in 2019, incentives for buying a Tesla started to be phased out. Renewable energy is on the rise. Even though the world population continues to rise, several countries are seeing population decline. Miracles are being discovered to help restore the Great Barrier Reef and to extract plastic from the ocean. Solutions are even being unearthed which can prevent comprehensive climate chaos.
Feeling a little better? Great!
It’s daybreak. It’s time for us to start seeing a world of Solutions Galore. It’s time to jump onto the solutions bandwagon.
For every problem, there are a myriad of solutions. Quite often, you only need to discover one. The purpose of Solutions Galore is to present methods to solve problems.