Archive for 'Action Needed'
What will be the outcome of our inactions on climate change by 2030? The following YouTube presentation is taken from the soon to be release book ‘Letters from 2030’ Leon Tolstoy once wrote – People were not inclined to take their situation with any degree of seriousness: on the contrary they became even more frivolous, [...]
Posted: October 22nd, 2011 under Action Needed, Climate Change, Climate Politics, Foundation News, General.
Tags: activism, Climate Change, climate change costs, climate negotiations, global warming, Obama administration, World News
The Reality is we are altering the future for those who will inherit it from us. The Reality is that we presently have within our grasp the opportunity to do something about it. The Reality is that this opportunity is fast slipping away. The Reality is that unless we collectively take responsibility to move away [...]
Posted: September 14th, 2011 under Action Needed, Climate Change, Foundation News, General, World News.
Tags: 350ppm, activism, Climate Change, climate change emissions reductions, climate negotiations, CO2 levels, coal, global warming, Tipping Points, World News
Perth’s drinking water supplies from dams will run out by the end of next summer even with decent rainfall, according to predictions by the Centre for Water Research. By then, Perth and the South-West would become solely reliant on water supplied from the already stressed Gnangara Mound aquifer and the Kwinana desalination plant, director Jorg [...]
As many would know Suzanne Sparling of Arizona has served as Executive Director of US Operations for the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation for the last 2 years. Her tireless efforts just prove how the voice of one can, and ultimately does, become the Voice for Change by many. Read the following and join her and the [...]
There are a growing number of inspirational activists rising to the challenge to make a difference in the World. There has never been a better time to be an Activist. In the 60’s activists of the day changed the World. Today more than ever we have at our fingertips the tools to get the job [...]
Who cares about the loss of an endangered species? Man has a direct impact with its invasive expansion into ecosystems we indeed ourselves need to protect to survive. The loss of one species leads to another and then another. Along the isolated coastline of northern Tanzania there is a 90 kilometre strip between Moa, Kwale, [...]
There is a little quotation that I have printed out and have attached to my desk pad cover; it reads Press On Nothing in the world can take the place of perseverance. Talent will not. Nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not. Unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will [...]
Time to break out tbe lauhala bags: A ban on plastic bags for customers of merchants in Kaua’i and Maui counties begins today. Unlike San Francisco’s landmark ban, which went into effect in November 2007, the Maui mandate includes both compostable and noncompostable plastic bags, presumably because the marine life that is at risk from [...]
The scientific community has long agreed that our dependence on fossil fuels inflicts massive damage on the environment and our health, while warming the globe in the process. But beyond the damage these fuels cause to us now, what will happen when the world’s supply of oil runs out? In a new video series from [...]
Will the taps of residents in Perth Western Australia run dry in 2011/12, if not when will they? Clearly the water situation for those dependant solely on scheme water for their daily supply is unsustainable for the future. Recently in a statement widely reported in the local press, the Water Minister Graham Jacobs said “I’m [...]