When he says "Decisive, Large-Scale Action", we here at Global Community Network wholeheartedly agree, because we know that one of our projects, The Water Movement, could potentially be the largest agricultural and habitat restoration project our planet quite possibly may ever see, and we believe it is an idea which our planet, our people and our future desperately needs.
We can make history, or we can be vilified by our inaction. We urge people who have resources to contribu...te, whether it be time and energy, money, connections, skills, et cetera, to make the move it takes within their souls to do so, and to do so without hesitation or fear.
Contact us through the Global Community Network email outreach, email@example.com, and let us know how you want to get involved. It's that easy to get started! While the problem may seem huge, our solution is bigger than our problem.
Leonardo DiCaprio addressed the UN Climate Summit this morning in his new role as U.N. Messenger of Peace. Watch this raw video excerpt from his speech.
Way to go Ireland!
Regulations have often been reversed as a direct response to petitions from oil, coal and gas companies and other industry groups.
This is what a farm ought to look like. This is a picture of The Eden Project in Cornwall, England. Unlike conventional monoculture planting, this polyculture system diversifies the soil life, making plants less susceptible to pests and disease.
Good work Nez Zealand!
New Zealand Now Recognizes ALL Animals As Sentient Beings!
"The proposal by the agrochemical giant Syngenta to dramatically escalate use of the harmful neonicotinoid pesticide came last Friday, on the same day the EPA r...eleased new assessments of the extensive dangers posed by neonicotinoids, including thiamethoxam.
'You know the pesticide-approval process is broken when the EPA announces it will consider expanding the use of this dangerous pesticide on the same day its own scientists reveal that the chemical kills birds and aquatic invertebrates.'
Neonicotinoids have long been known to pose serious harm to bee populations. But the new EPA assessments found the commonly used pesticides can kill and harm birds of all sizes and pose significant dangers to aquatic invertebrates."
If anyone out there thinks this is about liberal vs conservative... News for you: this is life vs death.
Science is real, kids... this process of fueling vehicles and heating homes is killing people and our planet.
There is a better way.
Large-scale, decisive action...
Still fairly sure we can get this issue under control by utilizing concentrated sunlight to simultaneously generate power and desalinate massive amounts of seawater which we then pipeline up mountains and far inland in order to irrigate massive tracts of strategically-planted desert land which will simultaneously sequester carbon, slow global wind patterns and provide high-quality organic produce and natural building materials. Sure, the entire plan we have been suggesting is a bit more complicated than what one can manage to fit into one run-on sentence, however it is all possible and scientifically viable. Sure would love the opportunity to make it happen.
Unfortunately, California isn’t the only place that’s been inundated by deadly fires. This is the human face of climate change — and we must act.