compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
"WATER - so senstitive to the unique frequencies being emitted by the world
- esentially and efficiently mirrors the outside world. The written words
themselves actually emit a uniqe vibration that water is capable of sensing.
Water faithfully mirrors all the vibrations created in the world, and changes
these vibrations into a form that can be seen with the human eye.
When water is shown a written word, it receives it as vibration and
expresses the message in a specific form." - Masaru Emoto
and there's no way the economy, child, can prosper without a
The parent is constantly infusing capital into the child. The economy draws natural capital from the environment, from the Earth.
No CEO with a subsidiary that required a constant infusion of capital would keep that subsidiary very long, and nature is a better manager than any CEO I know, and capable of being far more ruthless
Ray Anderson co-chair of President Clinton's Council on Sustainable Development and the Chairman CEO of ...
further more - LIFE cannot be sustained without WATER - over 95% of our body IS water and in order to stay healthy ONE must drink good water !
The National Research Council, Washington DC , set out strategies to combat desertification, including soil conservation programmes, drought relief and afforestation - following Agenda 21 - the blueprint for action adopted at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.
However, actual achievement in world terms is still inadequate except in China, where massive tree planting has mitigated, but not yet halted, the movement of sand eastwards from the dunes of the Gobi desert.
Coping with Water Scarcity
" Equity and rights, cultural and ethical issues are essential to be addressed when dealing with limited water resources. Imbalances between availability and demand, the degradation of groundwater and surface water quality, intersectoral competition, interregional and international disputes, all centre around the question of how to cope with scarce water resources."
Out of deference to the fact that - it was Gobi desert nomads who first grew "bonsai" fruit trees to take their only source of vitamin C with them on their travels - and in support of the Interface sustainability & FLOW concepts - and in admiration of zaadz' support for the Working for Good initiative - and last but not least Julia's commitment to start the PASSION SMASHIN zPod - I have published elsewhere details of my development of the technique of sustaining Alder bonsais by ...
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