Insights from Jason
The pandemic has led to a global re-appraisal of the power of companies to deliver, halting a groundswell of anti-capitalist sentiment. Our broken and poorly regulated markets, however, put our future at risk.
Food and what it means will become one of the most divisive issues of our next generation. It will fuel geo-political and class wars about how we sustain ourselves and will define who we are.
We spend almost our entire lives inside; this is bad for us and bad for our planet.
Amazon, the insanity of markets and a single new year’s resolution can all be brought together for the good of humanity.
Oil is a finite resource and its production will inevitably decline. The markets are telling us that green energy owns the future and are sounding an early death knell for carbon fuels.
It is harder than ever in troubling and uncertain times to understand what the truth is. Statistics are manipulated and facts and risks are hard to interpret. The right answer is to turn to nature and follow your gut instincts.
For humanity there are many turning points, but no turning back. Humans as a species have a unique ability to imagine and then make the future happen; Covid-19 is a crisis which we must overcome and from which we can create a better, more positive future
Humans started the fight against Nature and as I explained in my last article, we are about to lose and therefore need to sue for peace.
World war three has already started. In fact, we are in the closing stages of the epic battle between civilisation and Mother Nature. The question is, how and when mankind sues for peace.