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August 26, 2012 in BIODIVERSITY, CAPITALISM, CLIMATE CHANGE, CONSUMERISM, CSR Corporate Social Responsibility, DEMOCRACY, DROUGHT, ECO-SYSTEMS, ECOLOGY, ECONOMY, ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, EXTINCTIONS, FARMING, FORESTS, HEALTH, INDIGENOUS, INDUSTRIAL FARMING, MOTHER EARTH, MY BLOGS, NATURE, OCEANS, POLITICS, SUSTAINABILITY, WATER | Tags: biosphere, climate, CLIMATE CHANGE, environment, Food security, global warming, Human security, sustainability, Sustainable development | Leave a comment
Protecting The Environment is Everybody’s Duty
For the well-being and survival of our planet and the human race
ABC Environment Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Protecting the environment is a global problem, which needs a global solution (For without nature we do not exist. pdjmoo)
ACHIEVING A MORE SUSTAINABLE world presupposes a worldview that considers well-being not only in terms of income, but also in terms of human security and opportunities for every person to thrive. It is worth considering what the world would look like from such a perspective.
For starters, it would be a world in which people live free from conflict over land, water, and space; and that ensures food security for the 739 million people who are hungry or malnourished today. Such a world would preserve the 20,000 species of animals and plants that face extinction, understanding their power to heal us physically and spiritually. It would draw us back from the brink of unstoppable global warming and its consequences for coastal communities, weather patterns, and, in some regions, habitability. It would protect sites of extraordinary natural beauty and inspiration. And, for future generations, it would be a world that is more sustainable than ours…. Think globally, act globally – Opinion – ABC Environment Australian Broadcasting Corporation.