We can Save the World
"If we do not change direction, we
are likely to end up exactly
where we are headed."
Our planet isn’t in very good shape right now. The air is polluted. The ocean is becoming plastic soup. We’re in a financial crisis. Things don’t seem to be looking too good!?
There are a lot of people that have a lot of answers. Everyone thinks their answer is right. We need cleaner, natural sources for energy. We need biodegradable products that if dumped, will simply disintegrate within a few weeks. As far as the financial crisis goes, that’s a little trickier. Some people say we need more regulation. Others say we need more jobs. Others still say the cost of living is increasing too fast for our incomes to keep up. Everyone has answers. The problem is, none of these answers address the fundamental problem: We don’t need to do anything about it.
The answer isn’t in better solutions, fixes and different angles. The answer is… we need to do less.
There’s a fundamental rule in physics that says, energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be transferred. And the same rule applies to everything in life, but I guess we didn’t listen very well.
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