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Such a lovely photo :)
Thanks for the add. Let's hope I can help you in some way. You can certainly help me - buy my book, Flight of a Lifetime! My inspiring (e)book about #death #life #resurrection #horses - written to bring hope where there is only despair. Read it, be inspired by it - and then tell everyone you know to do the same :)
.... So, that doesn't make me totally satisfied, but at least it's more than absorbing my bit of carbon. But what I hope people will do is to think about the consequences of the small choices they make each day...
What do you buy? Where was it made? Did it harm the environment? Did it result in cruelty to animals like eating meat? Is it cheap because of child slave labor?
So, if everybody makes these ethical choices, we start moving towards a better world...
We're putting economic development ahead of protection of the environment. We're forgetting we are part of the natural world. We depend on it. And we're in the middle of the sixth great extinction, because of all the pollution and harm that we've done, and we don't seem to realize that if we go carrying on as though we can have unlimited economic development on a planet with finite natural resources, it's going to be us extinct as well...
We depend on it. And we're in the middle of the sixth great extinction, because of all the pollution and harm that we've done, and we don't seem to realize that if we go carrying on as though we can have unlimited economic development on a planet with finite natural resources, it's going to be us extinct as well.
Absolutely not. Because you know, back then, the animals were all there. They were walking on the roads. There were virtually no paved roads in Nairobi. It was a very, very different Africa. It was the Africa I dreamed of when I was 10 and fell in love with Tarzan. I left Gombe, my chimpanzee study, in 1986, having realized that chimpanzees and forests were vanishing across Africa, and realizing I needed to do something. And part of that was going around the planet, talking about those problems and learning more at the same time about what we've done to harm this planet. The crazy thing is the biggest difference between us, chimps and other creatures is the explosive development of the intellect.
So how come the most intellectual creature ever to walk the planet is destroying its only home?
The purpose of the program "The Ship for South-East Asian Youth Program":
To enhance the friendship and mutual understanding between youth of Japan East Asia & Japan; create opportunities for young people the same broaden the world and promote creativity in the operation and international exchange activities through discussion, about every country on ships and other diverse activities in each country on the ship and ship to. This is also a good opportunity for mutual exchange of experience for the youth delegates of the countries holding the leadership positions and youth activities in other areas of the country after the end of this program...
People will say it is the climate crisis, which is true, but that's because of so many things impinging. We need people to address each of the pillars that have led to climate change, like our industrial agriculture, our reliance on fossil fuels and this intensive animal farming that creates all this methane that leads to all these greenhouse gases, the destruction of the forest — apparently the equivalent ofa football pitch amount of forest every minute around the world — and then you get the pollution of the ocean, which is the other lung of the world, and both of them absorb carbon dioxide and give out oxygen. But the ocean is now kind of supersaturated.
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