In the area of eleven per cent of our human family is currently suffering as a result of undernourishment, eight hundred twenty one million people or approximately one in nine globally end each day hungry. While the number of hungry
We must act now in a concerted effort, or face extinction.
The blame game has reared its ugly head yet again, but the focus has moved from Bankers after the financial crisis to blaming polluters.
One world. Our home, one small planet among countless others.
The process of refining our social approach has provided our species with prodigious intellectual and technical advances.
There is, and has been for the last decade, a new social consciousness emerging from within our species which embraces automation.A consciousness which understands and respects our inter-connectivity with each other, the world and life on our shared planet.
The mainstream media continues to keep people distracted with an incessant torrent of detritus.
We use oil – crude, fossilised sunlight, at an obscene rate and there is no way we can support seven billion people on this planet without it. We are on track to burn through all our currently accessible reserves in
Achieving global sustainability will be dependent upon a fundamental re-orientation of human thought, values, behaviour, societal systems and structures
I’ve always hated work.
By work, I mean the mundane, repetitive act of getting up before I’m ready, travelling to some office/warehouse/supermarket, and wasting hours of my life performing menial tasks just so that I can eat and put a roof over my head.