4BioPower Let's Make The World a Better Place...
...to live in! While some argue that man is not responsible for climate change or global warmer, others know it is real. Here, we believe that man has played a significant part in it. And must without question, change many of his ways of doing things - from global deforestation to carbon emissions - Man is now destine to perish, if he doesn't decide to go at it completely differently.
You can make a significant change and a better impact upon your life, if you so desire.
As much as sustainable living can be achieved and we can also, meet our (all human) needs.
The American Indians knew this all too well. Their entire lifestyle was based upon living in harmony with nature. While they colonized, they also kept on the move. Going from one area to the other and then back again. This was to refresh themselves and the land they lived on. When they hunted, they only took what they needed and were selective, in what they hunted.
While the Amish and the Menonnites pretty much similar to the Indians, wanted to live in harmony with nature. When they settled - they did less moving around and learned how to cleanse their minds and souls as well as their land - simply by rotation of crops and animals. They composted all of their waste and reused it on their land.
Conventional man with all his conventional wisdom, lost his soul and will soon loose his land - as well as his life, if he does not come into harmony with nature.
A good example of Sustainable Development is Clear Stripping of Forests for some sort of development where trees are destroyed and not replaced. First of all - we should never clear strip land, period. Taking tracks of land, replanting and going to the next track of land, is much better. By the time, the other track of land is complete and ready for replanting the first is grown back in.
When we want to build shopping malls or cities - greenways should be set up. Where greenways can not be achieved - then replanting of vegetation should be a must. Along our highways, should be planted - cotton (in parts of the country it can grow), which absorbs much cardon and actully loves the stuff. In other parts if not all, hemp another plant that loves carbon, should be planted. Where trees (that love carbon) will not interfer with commerce, then they should be planted.
Smoke stack exhaust should be all but eliminated and the carbon sequestered. And fireworks are disgusting - altough they are used to celebrate the United States Independence of Britain - they should be outlawed. They are a major contributor of release of carbon and other pollutants. Yes, they are nice to see - but is the beauty worth the consequence.
I speak out clearly and often about the dirt in our clouds - they used to be white. Now, there is not only a grey lining in them, but if you look closely you will see the dirt - it settles to what used to be a white billowing cloud - now dark at the bottom and grey throughout the rest of it. Shame. Recently, I saw a program that showed the snow in Greenland - where the snow used to be clearly white - so white that it will blind you - Now, you can see the dirt in it. Sitting on top of it just screaming to the sun - let me absorb your heat cause the snow can't reflect it no more - the absorbed heat is why the snow caps are melting.
This is not sustainable development - it is quite the contrary - it is us killing ourselves to live. Get it right people, get it right not only for yourself, but for your offspring and their offspring - for our children's sake and future - we must become carbon neutral.
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