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Everything depends on the health of our planet. 

This basic truth, in the face of climate change and environmental degradation, should be immediately graspable.
Unfortunately, today, it isn’t.
What we have instead is confusion, with a narrow, linear, and reductive doctrine of decarbonization on the one hand, and an all-inclusive buffet of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with their 169 targets, promising everything and delivering nothing, on the other. 

We either obsessively focus on one thing – decarbonization – or are too distracted by the multiple SDGs to do anything useful at all. 

But people have innate environmental, as well as spiritual, or religious, sensibilities.

The Green Holy Trinity offers a relatable and unifying framework that – being grafted onto the Christian Trinity – can speak to billions of people, tapping into both religious and environmental sensibilities.

The Green Holy Trinity (e-book)

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