There is absolutely no doubt that holistic solutions are necessary to deal with an impending cascade of climate and environment-related issues. This catastrophe is already upon us and any actions to manage this situation are already long overdue. The key enigma to navigate here is that cognitive, cultural and economic systems find themselves predisposed towards the logical meat-grinder of dualistic mechanism and partial solutions. There is a fallacy implicit to an ascendant ideology of turbulence-generating and self-validating mechanistic thought (from which value is extracted by the opportunistic survivors that are generated by this context). Holistic solutions require a holistic logic and the primary organisational and ideological methods of our civilisation are (currently) hardly mature enough to comprehensively embrace this fact.
A holistic logic is discontinuous, non-linear, enigmatic and – in the face climate change – mandatory.