The Paris Climate Deal and Public Participation – an NF call for innovation, December 12, 2015

“Parties shall cooperate in taking measures, as appropriate, to enhance climate change education, training, public awareness, public participation and public access to information, recognizing the importance of these steps with respect to enhancing actions under this Agreement.”
― Aricle 12, ADOPTION OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT

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Here is how one of the Naturalistic Fantasy (NF) innovation processes is like. Read it and invent!

“Bruce worked very hard on an obscure document about prophecy and how some people could experience events that were later realized. Scientists did not find any rational explanation for this but often called it a process of intuitive repetition. Bruce also read about second thoughts, often quite unlike the original. They came to some people like a flash, in the middle of the night. Finally, he read a combination of intuitive repetitions and that blazing nights could, as the result of revelation, find of great importance. He read that it was one of those big inventors’ ways of approaching a new unknown. These were difficult concepts to understand, and Bruce fell asleep while reading.”
― J.M.K. Walkow, Blazing Night

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:

ADOPTION OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT, Paris, 12 December 2015

Thank you to the publishing body of “Blazing Night” for the permissions to use the copyrighted materials:

Blazing Night ISBN 9780986656415

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