S.O.S. Memos

Urgently ramping up a crucial global “Conversation”

We’re talking about an urgently needed conversation about Saving Our Species. This page provides timely updates regarding our journey, our challenges and our progress. Join Our Mailing List to receive weekly SOS Memos via email. (easy to unsubscribe)

This series of SOS Memos began in April of 2019 and has tracked closely the escalation of the climate change existential threat that we humans are all facing together.

Leveraging the most recognized distress signal in the world, these memos are aimed at continuously promoting globally coordinated, urgently executed “big picture” solutions for giving us the best possible chance of “Saving Our Species” (SOS). What could be more important than that? In the near term, the world’s leaders must understand — and act urgently upon — the single largest driver of climate change: animal agriculture.

The goal of these SOS Memos is to raise the likelihood of that happening. Sadly, the world’s most prominent leaders seem to be unaware of what it will take to even have a chance at slowing climate change enough to prevent our near-term extinction. For much more information on this topic  — along with two FREE books, visit our home page at hpjmh.com. Click here for my one-page bio summary.

Most recent SOS Memos (every Tuesday for four years)

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Printer-Friendly One-Pagers. As a former engineer and corporate executive, I know the importance of being able to make your case and describe a course of action on a single sheet of paper. That’s exactly what I have done here:

  1. Corporate Wellness One-Pager  Our flexible consulting approach for promoting health and slashing the cost of health care in all kinds of organizations.
  2. One-Page 4Leaf Guide for Healthcare Providers Helping doctors and other medical professionals streamline the health-promoting capabilities of whole plant foods.
  3. One-Page Guide for saving our ecosystem with engineering and business basics
  4. One-Page Recipe for Saving our Ecosystem
  5. “From Polo to Plant Food” — and a new career based on sustainability

Bonus: My three-page, 12-point paper on climate change (April 2016)

Food. Health. Planet. — Our Future as a Species. (my go-to presentation)


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3 Responses to S.O.S. Memos

  1. Carol Hicks says:

    Sad to accept just how horribly dysfunctional our species has always been and continues to be, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory at every turn. The rare cooperation that allows the International Space Station to exist inspires the slimmest hope that we are even capable of it when we so consistently fail at it here on Earth.

  2. Jim: Your BSB #98 today is not yet shown as a hyperlink, just shows as text, not clickable to reach.

  3. Cindy says:

    Thanks for sending great information in your newsletter. I sure hope you continue on the path back to good health. My concern for you is the warfarin, is not great stuff. Have you looked into using natural vitamin E as it is a natural blood thinner? Years ago the Wilifred and Evan Shute from Canada used it to treat thousands of patients. The Shute Medical Institute is in London, Ontario and still carries their message forward. An online search will find many resources such as: http://www.anaturalcure.com or http://www.ericbakker.com/.
    In good health,

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