You may be wondering: “What can I do about climate change?” It turns out, there is a lot you can do. There is so much, we encourage everyone to focus on their passions and interests to determine best what they can do. We want to help people “find their niche” in The Climate Economy, and put their passions and interests to good use.

CLEANetwork Magazine is a compilation of daily news stories from a variety of sources across the internet, curated by The Climate Economy Education Inc, a nonprofit for education. Posts are not endorsements, just food for thought and inspiration. We post everything on The Climate Economy’s Twitter Feed then send it here by topic. You can subscribe to get these headlines delivered to your inbox. CLEANetwork Magazine’s main aim is to spur participation and action in the CLimate Economy Action Network (free account required), where you can join and start your own climate ventures.

Our world is changing constantly, and our current business models and lifestyles are not keeping up with the changes. We can do everything better, improve our health, save money, and protect nature for future generations all at the same time. We all have a role to play based on our interests, skills and expertise. All we need is the right information to help us along.  Here you can browse moods, sectors and skills, and start on your journey to find your niche and thrive authentically.

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