There has never been a greater need for people to come together in a mass movement to represent the interests of our younger generation to make a better world for them from the accumulated knowledge of our lives. The Climate Change Phenomenon that I have discussed requires considerations on all aspects of how we live as human beings on this planet from the natural environment, to earning a living by developing the appropriate macroeconomics within states and in cooperation with other states so that there is harmony on this world through the acceptance of a common thread, which has to be nature conservation; to protect our land and the seas and oceans, the rivers from pollution by a thorough understanding of Climatology and associated weather patters, by developing our natural talents as individual human beings in whatever area of creativity we are each naturally endowed to flourish in; by appropriate all inclusive governments within the optimal democratic institution of the State that we live in; by ensuring that ignorance does not allow those with warped brains to destroy other human lives and hide under the guise of mental illness; and by rooting out corruption in the political circles that democracy across the developed world seems to be mired in.
The issue of corruption in the political circles is complex for people live to existing macroeconomic infrastructure and do what they can to maximise their individual prosperity, and unfortunately the spiritual light that one cannot take wealth with one when we die as we all must do some day falls on deaf ears.
There is therefore a need for regulating human conduct through appropriate laws where those who stray away from the path of righteousness not in a religious sense but on sheer common sense of what a body needs to stay alive in relative ease and comfort without getting into criminal or corrupt practices are chained and restricted from their liberty to do harm to society and to Nature.
We in the Conservative Libertarian Society live austere lives and keep our demand on Nature to the bare minimum, for we recognise that the mind is more important than the body, in that if mental health is kept serene, all good things come to those with not ulterior motives to their actions except benevolent and philanthropically-oriented endeavours. We are individuals in humanity and so should be libertarians but in a good way where we know our responsiblities and duties to humanity, so we do the best we can to improve our collective well being.
Demand and expenditure should be reduced, economic activity should be reduced and more time spent on relaxation of the mind and leisure pursuits.