The History and Science of the Job One Plan

Job One For Humanity has been online since early 2008. Although there were earlier partial versions, the first full version of the Job One For Humanity Plan was created in early 2011 to help address the lack of adequate progress in fixing global warming over the last 35 years.

An extensive meta-systemic and dialectical analysis of the global warming data and research was conducted at that time. Because of that new research and analysis of the global warming data of that time, both data integrity problems were uncovered and new global warming solution strategies were discovered.

Many of the uncovered data problems and new solutions of the Job One For Humanity Plan are now helping to ignite other environmental organizations into taking new and more effective actions and, our Job One Plan is constantly being updated with new research and analysis.

About the science in the Job One For Humanity Plan

Because climate science is constantly evolving the Job One For Humanity Plan we continually amend or update our information as more current and reliable new climate research becomes available. Using a wise and continual openness to scientific falsification, we invite both our visitors and members to always make up their own minds as to the usefulness and validity of our current Job One Plan conclusions and action steps.

If you see any error in our climate data, presentation, or predictions  Please present your criticism and contrary information to [email protected]

We acknowledge that due to the paucity of climate tipping point research, both Job One for Humanity and all climate destabilization experts could be partially, or even completely wrong concerning any of the conclusions regarding future levels of average global temperature, global warming consequences or climate destabilization timetables.


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