environmental impact

Working with nature.

Humanity’s place in this world is to interact with nature in such a way as to both respect and sustain all of our resources, while improving the human condition overall.

Humans need a healthy environment to thrive. Globalists seek to use it as a system of malthusian control.

Humanity’s place in this world is to interact with nature in such a way as to both respect and sustain all of our resources, while improving the human condition overall.  But money and politics remain in the way, and greed and power have now paved the way for a great distortion of ecological sustainability.  

While there are atmospheric imbalances, of many gases, and while there remain serious concerns regarding our oceans, our fresh water supplies, our soils and the levels of forever chemicals and genetically altered substances risking our future and that of all other species too, along with many more pressing matters, environmental concerns, and specifically climate change, are being used as partial truths to usher in a global carbon control system.   To start with, for example, the climate discussion cannot even be held without geoengineering entering the dialogue.  

The energy discussion need be opened to all types of technological advancements and all forms of energy.  There can be no censorship if there is to be science.  There can be no monologues if there is to be democracy.  Energy is discussed in more detail under Safe Energy on this same webpage.

Waste is one of the most underrated aspects of ecological sustainability.  What could be easier than wasting less?  Estimates are that up to 40% of food is lost from farm to table in North America. Other types of waste too are prevalent from office buildings left fully illuminated 24/7 to the amount of items that so many people have stored in their own homes, never used and never to be used, in their –  ordered or disordered –  museums of waste.   What is surplus, and why are Humans the only living being on Earth that wants surplus.  Reserves and cushions, savings for retirement and homes and education, medical needs savings and so on would be reserves, not surplus.  But surplus as the norm, now how has this affected Humanity, and why is it only a few truly give back, even in the middle classes? Always wanting more is a massive environmental concern if one looks at root causes.  Wasting is just another aspect of this same insatiable want.

As we look at the issues embracing politics today, we will see that we have indeed meandered from the more ideal politics, to a sort of pseudo politics of bought and paid “contractors”.  The outcome of this long and arduous journey, serves neither man nor beast.  The eight million- or so- species with whom we share this planet, unseen, and unheard, given neither the smallish shred of right nor glory, will merely be considered as collateral damage, the result of whatever fire or flood or other arranged and orchestrated “natural” disaster being implemented comes their way, as bullet point after bullet point, on the VIP agenda, gets checked off.

We see today, political systems reflecting tendencies towards a merger of Economy and State, a sort of skewed reconstitution, of the ancient brotherhood of Church and State, where, for many of the few who hold the World’s purse strings, money is now their God.  This business-smart, form of governance has proven to lay fertile ground for an even further distillation of the wealthy few, and for the wealth of the Commons to serve not its people, but rather stand at beck and call for its exclusive club of masters. 

There is no doubt that Humanity can vastly improve our attitude and our behavior when it comes to caring for the ecology on which all life depends.  Let us defend our planet, our source for all our vital resources, from the big money and power games, and act locally to find a more nature-centered, balanced and healthful way of living.

Nature as Commodity
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