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Help Us Help the Planet Get to Zero. Creekside is committed to ongoing efforts to do our part and sharing our thoughts.

Creekside: Committed to The Goal. Creekside is always taking action to reduce our carbon footprint, work with environmental agencies, drive initiatives, minimize airborne pollutants, electrify the grid, seek alternative products, drive policy, and be a green-forward community partner and industry leader in environmental responsibility. We’ll share insights and actions on our BLOG, Newsletters and social media. Help Us Help the Planet Get to Zero.

The Goal: Getting to a “net zero” carbon footing by 2050, It’s a bold but must-attain effort.  Race To Zero is a global campaign to rally leadership and support from businesses, cities, regions, investors for a healthy, resilient, zero carbon recovery that prevents future threats, creates decent jobs, and unlocks inclusive, sustainable growth.

Amongst the many books, movies, influencers, left, right, blogs, predictions, flag-waving, tree huggers to climate-change naysayers and two-stroke nitro-burning funny car enthusiasts, may we humbly suggest reading “How To Avoid A Climate Disaster” by Bill Gates, where he acknowledges that there is a tension between economic development and sustainability, yet he posits that accelerated innovation in green technology, particularly sustainable energy, would resolve it. This book is also available on Audible audiobook read by Will Wheaton, which is kinda weird listening to this if you just listened to Ready Player One and/or Ready Player Two… then pop this on. While this is all a nerd-level post, the data, trends and just looking out the window all present a near-future a dystopian planet Earth. What could be the downside of putting a little more effort into conservation.

Grab a copy of “How To Avoid a Climate Disaster” by Bill Gates at Whyte’s Booksmith in downtown San Anselmo (sure, it’s paper and we’re deforesting the planet with books, print, copies, sleeves for coffee, takeout products, bamboo forks et al) or on Audible for just One Audible credit on Amazon, the last digital rainforest. What does Bill Gates, Microsoft geek billionaire, know about Climate Change? What does Tony Robbins know about human behavior, or what did Henry Ford know about productivity, or what does Creekside know about Pizza… The more you know: start working towards Zero.

Cheers.
PT