Author Archives: Sören

How is it going to be – are we getting on with the change or what…

Looking back at 2012… During 2012 we broke more heat records around the world than ever. I read somewhere that 11 of the 12 hottest years ever recorded has happened during this century – and we are just starting 2013… … Continue reading

History is not repeating itself…

We are living in transitional times – thank God for that… Otherwise we probably would be running around with phones made ​​of bakelite with rotary dials in our pockets – can you imagine the size of your pockets… We would … Continue reading

Play-Doha….?

In 1997 the first COP (Conference of the Parties) was held in Rome. Yesterday COP18 in Doha closed. Eighteen meetings in 15 years and we are still nowhere near a solution or even on a pathway to solve the sustainability … Continue reading

Climate-Change and the skeptics!

Although there are less and less skeptics, they still exist and what is even stranger they somehow manage to get more media-space then the research-based realists. I don’t know, but could there be some “hidden” reason about who owns the … Continue reading

350.org – Support a fantastic initiative!

The 350.org was founded in 2008 by U.S. author Bill McKibben, who wrote one of the first books on global warming for the general public, and a team of university friends. “350 means safety from the climate crisis. To preserve … Continue reading

The Human Quest – On the Book Fair…

Today when I visited the “Göteborg Book Fair”, wandering around among thousands of visitors and exhibitors I found it! Somewhere I had read that there was a new Swedish book about sustainability on the market, and there it was. Standing … Continue reading

My own New site!

Having published posts on various other sites, I have now started up my own page in cyber-space. Thanks to my design- and web-talented sons Marcus and Fredrik, I am now able to share my reflections on life and society in … Continue reading