Hi Cherie, I'm new to this so I just came across your comment. It is very interesting and, interestingly, follows a practice known as Appreciative Inquiry (out of the University of Chicago). One of its founding principles is constructionist theory.
Basically it is an approach to social/organizational change by focusing on the positive rather than solving problems. If interested, we can talk more about it, and see if there is a possible connection to climate change.
I sent that idea to Green Roofs, Living Architecture Monitor, and posted it on Facebook - no response. Yet, that same wordsmithing happened, apparently successfully, with "climate change". That went from the 1970s "Silent Spring" (Rachel Carson), "pollution", "save the earth" through "Inconvenient Truth" (Al Gore), global warming/global cooling and now the ubiquitous "climate change". It's pretty easy to accept the idea of short-term, medium-term, and long-term trends in every area of our lives; why not in our environment? For those who want to argue with the phrase "climate change", I suggest "be kind to Earth" because - why not?