Care for the Natural World – Treat it with Respect and Reverence | The Duke of Cambridge interviews Sir David | WEForum

Sir David Attenborough interviewed by Prince William aka the Duke of Cambridge, at the World Economic Forum, in Davos – the 22nd to 25th of January. Prince William has very thoughtful and prescient questions. It’s evident that Princess Diana’s son is very in touch with what is essential, and is bringing these points out in his interview to the esteemed Sir David Attenborough, who has a great deal of wisdom to share (working 70 years bringing the natural world to people’s homes through television and documentaries).

Sir David Attenborough interviewed by Prince William, HRH Duke of Cambridge

Sir David Attenborough interviewed by Prince William, HRH Duke of Cambridge

I think this should be required listening, required in schools and by world leaders, especially the bimbo in the Whitehouse and any Republican climate science deniers. Sir David Attenborough says,”presently we’re living in the paradox, in which there have never been so many people out of touch with the natural world (more than half of the worlds population live in metropolitan areas), and yet every breath of air and every mouthful of food that we take comes from the natural world. if we damage it, we damage ourselves. The essential part of human life is a healthy planet. We are in danger of wrecking that.”

Asking what he wishes to communicate to the audience of global leaders, Sir David Attenborough responded.

“Care for the natural world. Treat it with respect and reverence. The natural world is the source of all wonder. The future of the natural world is in our hands. We have never been more powerful or populated. We can wreck it with ease, and without even realizing that we’re doing it.

We wreck it, we wreck ourselves. DO NOT WASTE THE RICHES OF THE NATURAL WORLD ON WHICH WE DEPEND. Do not throw food away, do not use energy wastefully. THIS DISASTER OVERTAKING THE WORLD STARTED IN BRITAIN IN THE 18TH CENTURY, THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. > THE AIM WAS TO CONQUER THE NATURAL WORLD, SHOW OUR MASTERY, WHICH WAS TO DESTROY IT. We know better now. It is time to act.

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True Leaders Discuss Climate Change Solutions | Invest Your Time in this Critical Town Hall Discussion

I have not been writing any blogs because I am diving into completing my book. However I found this discovery of a town hall meeting that took place December 3rd, to be critical to share.

Town Hall Discussion on Climate Change

Town Hall Discussion on Climate Change

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) hosted a national town hall on Monday, Dec. 3, aimed at addressing the global threat of climate change and exploring solutions that can protect the planet from devastation and create tens of millions of good-paying jobs.

Sanders was joined by 350.org founder and author Bill McKibben; actress, activist and Our Revolution board member Shailene Woodley; CNN host and author Van Jones; Earth Guardians Youth Director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez; Congresswoman-Elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; Union of Concerned Scientists Director of Climate Science Dr. Brenda Ekwurzel; Dr. Camilla Bausch, President of Ecologic Institute; and Dale Ross, mayor of Georgetown, Texas

To Joan with Love | Animals Watering Hole Africa

Here’s a new Faber Castell watercolor painting I did today for my sister Joan. I reveal the progression of the painting through taking photos at various periods of time. From a composite of 4 photographs, I did an initial small sketch, then replicated it on the sketch pad.

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to_Joan_Wateringhole_Africa_12_19_18

beginning sketch composite of several photographs

beginning sketch composite of several photographs

To Joan with Love Animals Watering Hole Africa

To Joan with Love Animals Watering Hole Africa

 

 

 

 

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sources of painting
1_giraffe bird baobab

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to_Joan_Wateringhole_Africa_12_19_18

 

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E.O. Wilson Half-Earth Project to Protect Global Biodiversity | Largest River in the Sky | Norway Bans Palm Oil Biofuel to Protect Rainforest

Unless Humanity Learns about Global Biodiverity, We Will Lose Most Species - E.O. Wilson

Unless Humanity Learns about Global Biodiverity, We Will Lose Most Species – E.O. Wilson

In the Malaysian state of Sabah there are no Sumatran rhinos left in the wild, the Environment Minister says.

Sumatran Rhino is Extinct, Lifegate

Another Giant Has Left Sumatran Rhino is Extinct Lifegate

A new report by Greenpeace has found that Mondelēz International (chocolate producers) have destroyed over 25,000 hectares of Orangutan habitat in Indonesia.

Orangutan habitat destoryed by Chocolate makers Mondelez, Cadbury

Orangutan habitat destoryed by Chocolate makers Mondelez, Cadbury

 

This is not about an allegiance to a particular place, political or religious affiliation or identification with a country. It is about realizing that the vast beauty and fantastic life forms of this planet are what make life on earth so utterly fantastic and magical. There is nothing that could replace it. Nothing on a screen or virtual reality could possibly replace a lifeless world. The life on this planet of which humans are a part, are part of this earth’s heritage. Human habits have been choking out life. This is about recognizing the very fragile state that we have left to the rest of the life forms of the world, when we blinked and realized that we’ve been expiring their habitat through the many actions of humans. The life which makes up this planet is so unbelievably beautiful, enchanting and scintillating. This is about honoring this life and doing all that we can to protect it, as if it is your child.

Joel Sartore, Photo Ark, photographing, documenting species

Joel Sartore’s ‘Photo Ark’ photographing and documenting species before they disappear, to get people to care while there’s still time.

Which is why I bring you visually, Joel Sartore’s work, to comprehend what I’m speaking of. Joel is the founder of the Photo Ark, a groundbreaking effort to document species before they disappear—and to get people to care while there’s still time.”

Joel Sartore, Photo Ark, photographing, documenting species

Joel Sartore’s ‘Photo Ark’ photographing and documenting species before they disappear, to get people to care while there’s still time.

The BBC wrote an article Joel Sartore: The man who takes studio photos of endangered species

Sartore wishes to show us the splendor and personality of all of the delightful creatures. Edward O Wilson is designing an interactive means for all of us around the planet to participate in protecting the flora and fauna of our globe.

E.O. Wilson, Half-Earth Project, Caring, Common Humanity

Edward O Wilson proposes the Half-Earth project
Devote Half the Surface of the Earth to Nature

Let’s help him!

Half-Earth Edward O Wilson Devote Half Surface of Earth to Nature

Edward O Wilson Devote Half Surface of Earth to Nature

We can all do this together! Half-Earth is a call to protect half the land and sea in order to manage sufficient habitat to safeguard the bulk of biodiversity.

 

Half-Earth Project Maps

Half-Earth Project Maps

Take the Half-Earth Pledge, Learn, Care, Act

Take the Half-Earth Pledge Learn Care Act

 

 

 

 

 

US cities, counties, states already committed, 100% Renewable Energy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sierra Club Cities Committed to 100% Renewable Energy!
The Sierra Club announces that across the USA, over 90 cities, more than ten counties and two states have already adopted ambitious 100% clean energy goals. These goals bring tremendous hope for creatures since they share our planet. Climate catastrophe; pollution by chemicals, plastics and particulates and the heating of the globe certainly affects habitats on land and sea.

 

Norway is the first country to ban all Palm Oil based Biofuel to protect the rainforest

“Norway’s biofuel industry will have until 2020 to phase out the oil. But palm oil isn’t just found in biofuel; it is also used in a range of food and personal care items from pastries and peanut butter spreads to shampoos and soaps. Those items will still be permitted. The EU is also working toward a 2030 deadline to phase out products using palm oil. And other countries are expected to follow Norway’s lead on palm oil.”

Norway, ban Palm Oil based Biofuel, protect the rainforest

Norway is the first country to ban all Palm Oil based Biofuel to protect the rainforest

The rain forest is not only the ONLY HABITAT for some of the most wondrous creatures, the rain forest is also a magnificent organ of the earth. The Rain Forest is the lungs and the water of life.

PBS The Largest River on Earth is In the Sky - Above the Amazon

PBS The Largest River on Earth is In the Sky – Above the Amazon

There are individuals and groups and whole towns working together.

We can do this. We will do it with attention and love, because life would be very dull without it.

Joel Sartore, photo ark, blogger, Carol Keiter

Joel Sartore photo ark picture and the blogger, Carol Keiter

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Sat. Sept. 15th Int’l Coastal & Waterway Cleanup Day – Suit Up to Clean Up

This is all about cleaning up waterways; oceans, streams, rivers, bays, wildlife sanctuaries…

I’ll be there! I hope you will enjoy participating as well.

Suit Up To Clean Up,  Saturday September 15th, the International Coastal Cleanup day, water way near you

Suit Up To Clean Up This Saturday September 15th is the International Coastal Cleanup day – or any water way near you

Here’s how you can find a location near you to become involved.

Find a Cleanup Location, Suit Up To Clean Up, Saturday September 15th

Find a Cleanup Location, Suit Up To Clean Up, Saturday September 15th

You can view the global map to see find a location near you!

I found one near me, the Osamequin Wildlife Refuge
choosing to bicycle about an hour away south to help clean up a wildlife reserve. In the meantime, people further south will be dealing with cleanup after the hurricane.

I am looking forward to it. I hope you all can join in wherever you are!

Rise for Climate | September 8th | Speak Out Walkabout

Rise for Climate, global action, September 8th, 2019

Rise for Climate global action September 8th, 2019

Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice: USA Highlight Photos
350.org writes:
“On September 8, 2018, more than 30,000 people rose up for climate action, jobs, and justice in San Francisco — alongside more than 250,000 people in more than 90 countries around the world. We rose to demand our elected officials at all levels of government, everywhere step up and join us in building the just, bold climate solutions people and the planet need. And it was incredible. Check out some of the best photos from Rise actions in San Francisco and across the US here. (Photo credits: Survival Media Agency, unless otherwise noted.) Check out even more of the best photos from all over the world.

Why? Because we share this planet.

Go out into the streets and participate.

All of this is preceding the Global Climate Action Summit

Global Climate Action Summit Sept 12-14, 2018, San Francisco, CA

Global Climate Action Summit Sept 12-14, 2018 San Francisco, CA

We humans produce noise pollution constantly: beeping cars to lock them, revving motors, sitting in cars with engines idling contributing to rising CO2 levels.

Unaware, uneducated, uninformed, peoples habits collectively are damaging the planet and affecting other animals’ habitats.

I will be dead in 50 years, but your children and their children will not.

What exactly do you want them to inherit? A completely deforested, paved planet with only a hint of other life forms other than humans? The lack of humans to realize how their independent actions contribute collectively to the destruction of the earth and the habitats of other creatures is beyond nearsighted. It is reprehensible. I have said everything I have wanted to say in previous blogs. I have pointed to other writers such as George Monbiot Incompetence By Design, who tells the truth.

Charles Eisenstein, Interbeings

Charles Eisenstein We are Interbeings Anything happening in the world happens to us

We are not here on this planet to buy and build. There’s something way more delightful: creating, art, music, storytelling and community.

We opted in to this life style, we can opt out and demonstrate a better way.

Helen Keller quote security is a superstition

Helen Keller quote security is a superstition

Helen Keller Life is a daring adventure or nothing

Small back pack and messenger bag.

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Graffiti Discovery | Pawtucket, RI | 10,000 Suns (sunflowers)

graffiti, Pawtucket, Rhode Island

graffiti discovery Pawtucket Rhode Island

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10,000 sunflowers, Providence, Rhode Island, 10,000 Suns, community growing

10,000 sunflowers, flowers looking away against a dark sky

Ecological Disaster in Florida | Political Red Tide | Collapsologie | Why Everything Will Collapse

Erin Brockovich persuasively explains in Why You Should Care About The Ecological Disaster In Florida that the red tide and systemic destruction of the Everglades, the most biodiverse area of North America, is due to politics. “The most concerning issue for clean water in the United States today is not chemical, physical or financial, it’s politics. This is not the time to stand down; this is the time to fight. It’s time to inform, educate and inspire action across America so that our communities and leaders are armed with the strongest weapon in politics: facts, answers, truth, and solutions.”

It was as I dug that I uncovered another thorough presentation that lays out the facts.

Toxic Lake Untold Story of Lake Okeechobee Kait Parker

Toxic Lake Untold Story of Lake Okeechobee Kait Parker

Toxic Lake: The Untold Story of Lake Okeechobee” featuring Kait Parker of Weather.com

Lake Okeechobee drained south for 6,000 years, nourishing the everglades.

Lake Okeechobee drained south for 6,000 years, nourishing the everglades.

Phosphorous from Cattle and Dairy farms from the north and from fertilizers from massive Sugarcane runoff pumped rom the south

Phosphorous from Cattle and Dairy farms from the north and from fertilizers from massive Sugarcane runoff pumped rom the south

Florida State Of Emergency Toxic BlueGreen Algae KAYAK DIY

Florida State Of Emergency Toxic BlueGreen Algae KAYAK DIY

Erin Brockovich Why You Should Care About the Ecological Disaster in Florida

Erin Brockovich Why You Should Care About the Ecological Disaster in Florida

Florida declares a State of Emergency after a devastating toxic algae bloom plagues the Gulf Coast, killing tourism and wildlife.
I’m unapologetically including a politically incorrect comment to this preceding post, “Lake o, re-routing the natural flow of water in the everglades, the canals and the whole dang mess can be laid at the feet of sugar companies that have bought the politician. They’re ruining the everglades the coral reefs and turning Americans into fat diabetic pigs.”

dailymail uk florida state of emergency dead sea turtle

dead sea turtle from Dailymail UK Florida state of emergency

It appears to be the theme in many cases throughout the world, due to corrupted values of politicians through the persuasive power of money.

Greenpeace Amazon Rainforest destruction Politicians are reducing protected areas

Greenpeace Amazon Rainforest destruction Politicians are reducing protected areas

Regardless of the clear view of cause and effect, the mirage of profit valued over life, the destruction continues. Misinformation and business as usual dominates the rally call for continued development; the new and ever improved automobile, air conditioning unit, stocks in insurance, the pharmaceutical industry. Framing everything as if it must always grow and expand, without questioning the principle at all, even though it is obvious we live on a finite planet with limited resources.

 

dailymail uk florida state of emergency dolphin bleeding closer

dailymail uk florida state of emergency dolphin bleeding closer

An example of the infiltration of politics polluting the media, the mainstream news channel NBC feature story doesn’t get beyond a superficial description. They stay away from even mentioning the true sources of the problem that has been occurring for decades and getting exponentially worse. due to run off from cowswitch deaths camps and Big Dairy, where cattle are cramped in horrific conditions prior to their slaughter, and their run off feeding into Lake Okeechobee.

nbc news decaying process CAN - DOES deplete oxygen in the water.

nbc news decaying process CAN – DOES deplete oxygen in the water.

The NBC news story doesn’t indicate the pesticide agricultural runoff channelled into the lake or even mention the various repercussions from big Sugar also having built massive structures in addition to the Hoover dyke, that blocks the natural flow of water into the Everglades. Underplaying the cause, simply not going there.

Like the organized medical care industry, with gains tied into profits leveraged from Big Pharma, the focus is on symptoms rather than pointing to the source of the illness and clear remedies to proactively steer the process into a healthy direction.

It is only until fairly recently that many of the systemic problems in mass industrialized production have become apparent, through perspectives coming not from mainstream media, but sources who actually are the watchdogs of injustices to humans and animals. One can’t rely on institutions who are beholden to their financial investors to unveil the truth.

With capitalism’s heralded GDP as the dominant global value measuring stick, the compulsion is to continue towards what will increase the accounting books, ever increasing growth through perpetual production. This is with the knowledge of the destruction that it is causing to the most precious parts of our planet. In just the last days the freedom to read and research information through the internet allows us to see what is happening, everywhere. That is, if we pay attention to it.

Perpetual production and economic growth is the slippery slope that is completely embedded in this game.

Thing is, when our perceptions are continuously steered towards what we think is important and we continue to do nothing as one after another decision is made that affects all of us commonly, we allow these rights to be taken without even being aware. We think that we have choices and freedom, without really seeing beyond the myopic goal of acquiring more things to bring us comfort and pleasure.

Frederick Douglass in 1857 wrote Power concedes nothing without a demand

“…Let me give you a word of the philosophy of reform…Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows or with both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress…”

Climate change: What could be wiped out by temperature rise

BBC Climate Change Collapse Ecosystems

BBC Climate Change Collapse Ecosystems

Penguin disaster as only two chicks survive from colony of 40,000

Adelie penguins rely on Krill as their diet, Krill fisheries diminish their food supply

Adelie penguins rely on Krill as their diet, Krill fisheries diminish their food supply

Only by investing in local, renewable and sustainable sources of energy and an overwhelming focus on education and a campaign that builds awareness of the threats we face that could be assuaged or slowed down somewhat, through exposure to how collectively changing habits could effect big changes. There is plenty of awareness about issues that various regions face and what can be done to stop destruction, yet the biggest battle is the political red tide.

A safe operating space for humanity “Identifying and quantifying planetary boundaries that must not be transgressed could help prevent human activities from causing unacceptable environmental change, argue Johan Rockström and colleagues.”

World Wildlife Fund Teachers Resource Guides ToolKits

World Wildlife Fund Teachers Resource Guides ToolKits

Greenpeace Tool-kit for a Plastic-free Future

national wildlife federation create wildlife habitat

national wildlife federation create wildlife habitat in your own back yard

I’m so sorry that I just found this below, perhaps summarizing ‘collapsologie’ which I just learned about from a French artist living in Providence. I was looking for an English version of collapsologie
It’s a manual of what to do in the present to prepare for the collapse.

Instead I found this, with mention of many of their sources, being French ones.
Why Everything Will Collapse

“If you sense that the future looks bleak, that there is little chance that this whole mess will end in joy and good humor, that there is a tiny chance that we will escape a systemic collapse of the thermo-industrial civilization, you are not far from reality. In this video, based on the available data, we try to explain why we think the situation is inextricable and that a systemic collapse is now inevitable.”

Why Everything Will Collapse

Why Everything Will Collapse

Carol Keiter, blogger

Carol Keiter the blogger

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Responsible Legislation: Curb Idling Cars & Build Cycling Infrastructure

Rather than diving into where I left off on my book or starting the new blog that is calling me, I just put this together and sent it to the mayor’s office (contact form online). Feel free to copy and paste it if you are aware of this disconnect (lack of awareness) in your own community and wish to send some of the information to your own city government.

Responsible Legislation to curb idling cars and build safe bicycling infrastructure – taking local responsibility for a global problem of extreme warming.

red hot planet article by Jason Samenow for the Washington Post

red hot planet article by Jason Samenow for the Washington Post

In lieu of the fact that global temperatures continue to exceed the ‘normal’ averages, year after year as expressed in this article by Jason Samenow in the Washington Post, Red-hot planet: All-time heat records have been set all over the world during the past week It displays the obvious, human induced global warming. I am currently residing in Providence. I get around on a bicycle everywhere that I live. I joined the mayor’s bike ride on the Thursday evening before the PVDfest, to promote bicycling. I have lived in numerous communities in the United States and in several European cities. For example, Germany has an extensive recycling program and an enormous functional infrastructure for bicycling in urban and rural areas. One is not ‘risking one’s life’ to commute by bicycle as they are in most American places. The city of Berlin, Germany hosts maintained and distinct bicycle paths. The bicycle paths are not merely lines drawn on the road or a logo of a bike lane painted on the road, but actually the bike paths are on the sidewalk, with a designated side for cyclists, the other for pedestrians. Cities in France and Scandinavian countries do the same thing. To ride on the road with only a line designating a bike path, is to me, risking injury and death. Therefore to encourage bicycling rather than discouraging it, infrastructure needs to be created to support safe family bicycling.

The cycling infrastructure in the Netherlands is like a science.

Fietspad bicycle infrastructure in the Netherlands

Fietspad bicycle infrastructure in the Netherlands

The main point of this email is that as someone whose major form of transportation is bicycling, no matter what city or country, I have encountered in just the few months living here in Providence a stupendous number of people who sit in their cars with the engine on, idling, while typically looking down at their phones. People sitting in idling cars are not the exception, but the norm. This is not in exceedingly frigid temperatures or high heat, but pleasant temps. I quickly was able to ascertain that it is everywhere, nothing to do with education, socio economic class, race or age factors. 30% of the population are simply oblivious to how they are contributing to the climate crisis, and sorry to say, along with air conditioning units. I’m sure you are aware of the fact that Americans use much more energy and power than most of the other countries combined, and are directly and indirectly responsible for cataclysmic repercussions everywhere.

You can do the math. I feel the heat as I cycle past cars and smell the exhaust. As an acquaintance mentioned, if people could actually see carbon monoxide, it might be a different story. http://www.silentshadow.org/carbon-monoxide-in-your-car.html
This threat is not observable, like a disease, until it has rendered its affects on the body. Having lived 7 years in Berlin, Germany where I also bicycled, I would see people conscientiously ‘turning off their engine’ even at red lights. What in the world is this complete gap in awareness and education? I would have thought that in a New England capital city there would be a whole lot more awareness and education about this. I have made signs, I have tapped on windows, I have written to the mayor’s office and even mentioned this to the mayor in person during this bike ride.

By the way, sitting on a bus to return to Providence from New York city several weeks ago, the dispatcher called the bus driver and told her to turn off the ignition of the bus while she was waiting another 20 minutes prior to departure, regardless of how hot the bus becomes. She later informed me that in Manhattan, the fine is $2,000 per idling bus. Since people don’t seem to be cognizant whatsoever of their role in contributing to global warming, or their own actions, I suggest like cutting out the sales of HUGE sugary drinks, enforcing awareness upon them through instituting fines if people are found sitting in their cars with the engine on. A fine large enough to deter people from even thinking twice about it. And with the money accrued, build safe and convenient bicycling infrastructure. Lead the country in building community, in attracting people to healthier, sustainable habits that encourage people to exercise more and eat right and have awareness of how their actions affect the entire planet. Lead other cities by example of your proactive legislations.

This city is very, very easy and convenient to get around on bicycle, and it could be made to be even more bicycle friendly. And if you think I’m exaggerating or think that it is unimportant, put 15 of your police officers out on bicycles to see, feel and smell for themselves how an entire metropolitan population is contributing to the climate crisis that we are in, and seemingly completely oblivious. And if you have never heard of or read this prominent British journalist’s writings, I suggest that you do. http://www.monbiot.com/2018/07/02/in-memoriam/

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EchoActivate | Education, Communication & Fun | Working Side-by-Side, Empowering through Participating | Cleaning, Reusing, Planting & Restoring Habitats for All Creatures | Global Climate Action Summit

If India was able to plant 66 million trees in twelve hours with a million + people side by side doing it, this same action could happen around the world towards any environmental movement.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/india-plant-66-million-trees-12-hours-environment-campaign-madhya-pradesh-global-warming-climate-a7820416.html

actions, EChOACTiVate

Word cloud of involved actions in EChOACTiVate

I meditate daily and ask the four forces – earth, air, water and plasma – practicing heart rhythm meditation. My intent is to carry my voice to peoples’ platforms I can participate in and for information and guidance to be carried to me. It’s an intuitive process of trusting in the intelligence and consciousness of the universal force. I feel that many things that appear to ‘happen’ serendipitously, arrive because of intention to connect to this information. Magic? Today, for the first time i clicked on and read this info from this community that I learned of while taking courses when living in Pennsylvania. Interfaith Power & Light: A Religious Response to Global Warming. I’d go to multidisciplinary talks with religious leaders from all these different faiths putting forth their viewpoint on various questions. Opening it, i found out about this, http://globalclimateactionsummit.org/. The Global Climate Action Summit happens to be taking place in San Francisco, September 12th to 14th. Just a week before the ccc reunion.

lets mots, les activité
pour EChOACTIvate

It seems to be an excellent place to continue to disseminate my idea. The idea started years ago, imagined actually right before the COP21 Paris climate talks, which I went to, to Paris for two weeks with 20 dollars.

Previously I named the idea Eco Revolution, then EcoActivate, because the first was taken.

https://carolkeiter.wordpress.com/2015/11/21/calling-for-echoactivate-partners-core-team-refugee-manpower-best-weapon-is-education-and-empowerment/

https://digesthis.wordpress.com/2015/11/21/calling-for-echoactivate-partners-core-team-corporate-sponsors-government-subsidies/

lo que tu puedes hacer con EChOACTiVate

The idea is to bring the information to the people, through a cyber portal of information, and a mobile unit that comes to a community with needs that people perceive or perhaps aren’t aware of at all, that they can then do together to clean up and build sustainable energy, transportation and to plant community gardens, bee and butterfly highways, plant trees and build animals bridges…

The idea is to bring people together in a celebratory, participatory way. With the knowledge they need to create, transform and participate in greening their own environment.

Education is the tool. People power is the engine.

was EChOACTiVate ist

was EChOACTiVate ist