This chapter focuses on climate change, including the acuity of both scientific and social issues, which questions the future of humanity. We adopt a systemic reasoning that provides objectivity to the analysis. We represent society-environment relationships, and analyze climate global systemic functioning and its global scale connection to geographical imprints . In this conceptual systemic framework, we position an observatory , which observes, analyses, reports on facts, and enhances democratic processes by providing sound (scientific, accurate, unbiased) information to debate. We note the consistency of systemic and ethical approaches; thereby scientifically strengthening and justifying the latter if this was necessary. They converge on the proposal of a “System World” where humans as one whole would be conscious of the global systemics, responsible and fair players, and aware of the part they can play in climate regulation. The contribution of every single individual adds to the global effort, and acknowledging how they contribute to scaling climate regulation up and down would also promote greater equity and a better shared future.