Sustainability | David Suzuki | Creative Consciousness | Same Name, but Different
March 8, 2016 Leave a comment
Sustainability is what David Suzuki is all about. The David Suzuki Foundation is dedicated to protecting the diversity of nature and inspiring Canadians to act with nature in mind.
In his article Energy storage gives renewables a jump-start, Suzuki writes, “it’s easy to see that barriers to a clean-energy shift are more political and psychological than technological.”
“Small steps make a big difference on the path to living more sustainably. The David Suzuki Foundation will show you how to transform your home, office and community into a healthy and sustainable one. From everyday green living tips to helpful resources on fighting climate change, we can help you make informed decisions to reduce your environmental footprint.”
By the way, David Suzuki is the father of the young Severn Suzuki, who at 12 years old, formed the Environmental Children’s Organization ECO and challenged the world dignitaries attending the Earth Climate Summit in Rio in 1992, to make their actions reflect their words. It was while writing about her in my blog that I learned about her father. https://carolkeiter.wordpress.com/2016/03/08/future-generations-sorry-prince-ea-stand-for-trees-severn-suzuki-anjali-appadurai/
Speaking of sustainability, today this arrived in my inbox.
“Creative Consciousness was created as a means of aligning with like minded artists from all over the world to share their views on the struggle of the average human, battling against the western corporate monopoly and how opportunities of freedom and sustainability could be just around the corner, should people choose to stand up for the rights of themselves and others.
Each collaboration is produced and co written by “Creative Consciousness” whom takes on the musical influences of the culture and country which he is collaborating with, whilst allowing the indigenous artists of this region to share their views on such topics in their own native tongue.”
I’m all over what they stand for, their message, and listened a bit to their music. They mention “Our debut released track titled “We Gotta Get Up! (They Gotta Stand Down!) is a collaborative journey at the epicenter of corporate greed and western infrastructure, the USA. This symbolic release had just hit Spotify on February 20 which was actually International Social Justice Day.
I noticed that the creative consciousness that floated into my inbox was “dot co”, which lead me to discovering that a “dot com” creative consciousness exists.
They are completely different entities, though each have themes of freedom, authenticity, empowerment, justice and sustainability – in terms of communities and cultural cooperation.
Ahh, I learn of a slight twist, Creative Consciousness International (CCI) was established in 1991 by Marc Sternberg, spinning out of the (ICF), International Coach Federation.
“Creative Consciousness and Consciousness Coaching®; designing and delivering leading-edge empowerment that enables individuals and organizations to achieve authentic and sustainable shifts in power, freedom and competences.”
Carol Keiter aka nomadbeatz ~ As an avid blogger who is presently picking up where I left off with my eBook to complete it and and beginning again to compose music, I ask you rather unambiguously and unabashedly to please donate, if you are able. !-))