It's so fucking typical that science is the last to catch up to what indigenous peoples been tryna tell y'all. (Take note of who dominates that field,all types of late to the spirit party)) essentially it's all energy. It's all connected. Everything. Our world is a reflection of low vibrational forces that have dominated for too long. We've all been effected. There's so much at stake if we don't transmute the hate.The separation. At this point any movement rooted in duality isn't revolutionary.That's some surface level thinking, and there's so much more at stake than repeating old ways of solving the problem. Literally the planet is deteriorating, and as energetic beings living in this Shift we can't afford to not embrace a consciousness of Oneness. Otherwise imma see y'all next life time ;) Dig deeper.
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Eight in ten want clean energy The Lowy Institute has found 81 per cent of Australians want governments to focus on clean energy sources, and just 17 per cent want governments to focus on coal and gas. The findings of the 2017 poll that coincided with the release of the Finkel Review of the energy market reinforce the strong preference for renewable energy over fossil fuels, a fact that Coalition party backbenchers are yet to acknowledge or concede. The report states: “Even in the midst of heated debate and government rhetoric about the need for energy security following recent energy blackouts at the time the Poll survey was taken, an overwhelming majority of Australian adults (81 per cent) want the government to ‘focus on renewables, even if this means we may need to invest more in infrastructure to make the system more reliable’. 57 per cent of Australian regard climate change as a critical threat to Australia’s vital interests in the next ten years. This places climate change in the top three of 11 serious threats, behind only international terrorism and the nuclear threat from North Korea. More Australians regard the threat of climate change as more serious to the nation than a severe downturn in the global economy, foreign investment in Australia, asylum seekers coming to Australia by boat, and the foreign policies of China and Russia. If you would like to take steps to be more renewable and would like to know more about getting safe, reliable and recyclable battery storage for your own home, business or micro-grid visit us at http://quantum.GridEdge.com.au #globalwarming#climatechange#batterystorage#renewableenergy#gridedge#alternativeenergy#batterysafety#recyclablebattery#batterytemperature#batterysize#Finkelreview#LowyInstitutereport#climatechange#cleanenergy#thefutureofenergy
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O’right’s CSR Report features illustrations of animals that reflect the problems oceans, forests, and land are currently facing and how environmental damage in turn affects animals. The illustrations exaggerate the consequences and impacts of climate change such as melting glaciers, marine trash, deforestation and piles of plastic waste. The portrayal of the changing environment and helpless animals gives readers a better understanding of O’right’s CSR practices and commitment to taking small steps that lead to big changes.
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Deforestation is the conversion of forest areas to non forest land. It is done for a miriad of reasons. The human need for urbanisation, mining, fires, logging have been just a few of the causes. It has been estimated that within a 100 years there will be no rainforests, with current statistics showing 1.5 acres of forest are cut down every second! Thats about 20 football fields every minute to give you some perspective.This is a staggering prediction considering forest land covers 30% of the earths surface. Were cutting down what gives us life, such as trees which secretes the oxyen we breathe. All this is highly unsustainable. Alternatives to all the causes of deforestation are ripe with opportunity to provide innovative solutions towards. So for those of you that are passionate about this issue, start looking into ways you could develop micro actions or even start your own enterprise to curb the issue. It needs to become a priority, it causes alot of damage and without forests we can't survive as a species on this planet
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Imagine walking miles each day in the burning heat with heavy jugs on your head, just to access a source of unsanitary water. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Water insecurity is a major challenge for many African communities - the water is gone, and people are enduring the fight of their lives. The natural water resources in Kenya do not provide effective delivery of water to the various regions of the country. With a government bordering on bankruptcy and lacking investment, Kenya does not have the funds to develop an efficient water system for its population. As a result, many women and children spend up to one-third of their day fetching water. The journey is often miles long and the water gatherers are exposed to the harsh elements and aggressive predators. The major threat however, is the exposure to water-bourne diseases such as cholera and parasitic worms. The rate of exposure is high due to contaminated water sources, but also the containers used to collect the water which had previously been used for waste, oil or fertilizers. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Furthermore, as temperatures rise and water resources dwindle at rapid rates, native tribes are forced to search for water elsewhere. The rivalries between the Turkuna, Pokot, and Samburu tribes in Kenya have exited for centuries. In the past, there would be small quarrels and threats between the tribes over a water source. But now there is no water, only blood. Violent water skirmishes are becoming more prevalent across many areas in Africa that are facing water scarcity. As the effects of climate change become more apparent, it is a harrowing reality to face that wars in the future will be fought over water, rather than oil. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Fortunately, there are many organisations involved in providing health care services and water solutions for the population. A global effort is required by individuals, business, and governments to look beyond our own operations and to secure our shared water resources. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Sources: The Water Project, In These Times (Nash Colundalur).
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