For half the planet, today is the longest day of the year. For the rest of us, the shortest.

There was a solstice before man was. Our other holidays do not fit that definition. They invented. Short-lived. Globally, it is a moment to realize that it is the only planet in the known universe that can sustain human life.

And the planets are changing. We’re changing it.

It is important to know how this is changing, to understand its effects, and to decide to work for systematic change. Because it’s not too late, but we need to see the change that is happening now.

Many believe that it is important to understand and share information. We can’t make things better if we don’t see what’s happening.

What do you want to know?

Today is going to be a pub day Carbon Almanac, But we delayed it by two weeks due to global supply chain problems. The Dutch version is released today, with editions from Italy, China, Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the Czech Republic coming soon. The US print run is smaller than we (the hundreds of volunteers who created this book) expect, so I hope you can pre-order it before it sells.

Numbers and charts and tables are just part of our world story. We can see the changes with our own eyes. We worked with Getty to collect the work of photographers and artists to capture this moment in the photo. Download and share a free copy here.

Systemic change requires sharing. Information sharing, connection sharing and work sharing. You can make an impact by simply understanding and then teaching someone else.

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