Why the World Needs A Cooler Climate
There’s a lot of misinformation surrounding Global Warming, and sometimes it’s hard to know who to believe. There needed to be a source of high-quality, trustworthy information, so we created acoolerclimate.com as a one-stop website for accurate global warming information.
At A Cooler Climate we strive to raise awareness of global warming by using well-written articles and citations that are accessible and, most importantly, based on current scientific research. Then, we promote this information using search engines and social media so that it’s easy for people to find all the interesting and up-to-date articles available at acoolerclimate.com.
About the Founder
Nathan Brown is an online sales consultant and social entrepreneur who strives to create a better world by living simply, and donating his extra income to worthy causes.
He lives at Dancing Rabbit, an off-grid Ecovillage in Northeast Missouri. He limits his personal income to less than $25,000/year, averaging close to $17,000/year, living simply and in alignment with his values. He likes to spend his free time in service to his community doing a variety of things including: mediation, emotional healing, and playing with the community’s kids.
A Cooler Climate’s Home- Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage
Formed in 1997 on a 280 acre land trust in Northeast Missouri, Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that serves as a daily example of a healthy culture of diverse people that live ecologically sound lives and demonstrate positive human action in the world.
The community members live by 6 ecological covenants that define and shape Dancing Rabbit. These covenants focus on reducing fossil-fuels through alternative energy, sustainable building and production methods (like organic gardening), and waste reduction.
Dancing Rabbit loves to host visitors, has plenty of intern positions, and is a growing community with room for more. If you would like to set-up a visit, please contact the good folks of Dancing Rabbit.
Author: Brown, Nathan. A Cooler Climate, 2008.