Thoughts from David Suzuki speaking at the Sydney Opera House continue to resonate through this week.
He challenged one of his earlier assumptions in the talk. The previous cry of “Think global, act local” he suggested was well-intended but ultimately ineffective.
To be effective on a global level, he suggested the power of collective action when we “think locally and act locally”.
An important part of this is not being deluded by large brands, government and the allure of the economy. He summed it up this way:
Politicians work within a political cycle. People don’t.