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Perfect kickoff to the make/SHIFT ! is having a great time connecting with makerspace leaders from across CA!

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It was wonderful conversation with you sharing thoughts on challenges and opportunities of Scottish , and in current climate tonight at dinner. Great buzz

Groundbreaking by William McKeever explains why sharks are one of the most important species in the marine .

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This Earth Day, I cannot help but think how much healthier our ecosystem would be if we all conceived of life and conducted ourselves more like house cats. I mean that sincerely; observing my cat interact with her space is like witnessing a poetic manifestation of nonlinear thought. I hope that some of her insight rubs off on me.


So, I don’t know if I’m late and this is already known but I literally just discovered the best search engine…it basically works just like Google but with every search you do, a tree is planted.

Since our lifestyle literally relies on google and research, spread the word so that most people can do something for the environment with minimum effort.


Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

Such an important plant for our Páramo ecosystem. Asteraceae is yet a highly threatened species along all the Andean mountains. They reserve water and are home of many other animal species.

Colombia has the largest páramos in the world and is on of the biggest lungs of the world. Besides this there are many laws that tend to unprotect this regions and allow mining explotation and fracking. Take a look at one of the most unseen environmental problems in the world…


Ladybug the Wanderer…
#Ladybird #Ladybug #Coccinellidae #Color #Colors #UğurBöceği #Flowers #Sun #Nature #Green #Spring #Science #Plants #Tree #Landscape #Ecosystem #Happiness #Meditation #Positivity #Discover #SonyXperia #NatGeo #NationalGeographic #BBCEarth #Picoftheday #Photooftheday #Video #InstaNature #NatureLovers #London #DenisErd (at Walthamstow, United Kingdom)

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Climate change is our generations CRISIS.

This is too important to ignore…

This is a slight diversion from my usual content but I think its very important to talk about. Part of the appeal of SCIFI anyway is the examination of the near and distant future, speculating about the future of our species and even our planet is a huge part of that.

Shot from children of men.

Even MASS EFFECT considered climate change as a factor in the lore of its universe.

“While every human enjoys longer and better life than ever, the gap between rich and poor widens daily. Advanced nations have eliminated most genetic disease and pollution. Less fortunate regions have not progressed beyond 20th century technology, and are often smog-choked, overpopulated slums.

Sea levels have risen two meters in the last 200 years, and violent weather is common due to environmental damage inflicted during the late 21st century.”

If our favourite game’s writing team were mindful enough to consider this then I think we should be too.

I want you guys for just a moment now consider what it must of been like for some 18 year old kid to be pulled away from their dreams of a career and normal life. Being recruited and or drafted into the military, then thrust into taking on the Nazi regime when world war 2 broke out all the way until its end only 70 years ago.

They went from mundane concerns to collectively storming an open beach surrounded by death and destruction, the hail of machine gun fire raining down upon them as they struggled to make it to a barbed wire fence. To killing their fellow man in fierce unrelenting close quarters combat, to discovering the horrors of the holocaust.

Consider what it must of been like for the average person just living out their lives under the constant fear and worry that they may someday witness the beginning of full scale nuclear war between two of the most powerful nations on earth during the cold war.

To in the modern day watching two massive skyscrapers collapse after a devastating terrorist attack during 911…

With that in your mind I want you now to think about whats been happening recently with our climate. The ecological devastation we are currently seeing unfold before us and continuing to get worse as our “leaders” and the corporations that sabotage our democracy do NOTHING. Pillaging our economies while thriving off the collective suffering of us all for profit. And the military industrial complex consuming human life while also carrying out its own humanitarian and environmental devastation abroad.

This is our catastrophic EVENT, this is our war, our existential and environmental crisis, our terrorist attack. This THIS is our very future, if not that but the very future of the entire human race and our planet that is at immediate stake. We are at a point now where even a CHILD is having to tell us this because they are so worried of what is in store for us.

The very comforts, conveniences and way of life you or your children, or their children’s children are accustomed too is now under threat, just like it was for others in the past as a result of the situations I described throughout our history.

Really try to think about all this, because we will all HAVE to do so whether we like it or not soon enough given where we are heading.

“The monster never dies no matter how many times you kill it. It just sheds its skin and changes form. Can feel the weight of the world pushing me down. I try to carry it nonetheless. One last time. Then i can rest”


The Butterfly…
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Hey friends, this week I’m gonna prepare a local project about being eco-friendly. I wanna raise the people’s awareness about environmental issues (especially children from elementary schools). I wanna ask for your help! Are there any eco-freaks? I need to collect a few really great pictures which show strange/sad/surprised/worried things about neglecting Earth. Or in the other hand - thrilling/hopeful/inspiring things about taking care of Earth. If you have a picture what in your opinion is unique - share it with me please!! They could be photos which are found on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or photos which were taken by you. I would be extremely grateful for every single photo!! Thanks you people!

If you don’t have a proper photo but you wanna support me - reblog this post please!! Thanks you!! Love all of you! Have a nice day💋💋


Did you know that wilds animals are affected by our lifestyle of excessive plastic consume?

Did you know that they are dying because of plastics?

Did you know that soon (2050) we’ll have more plastics on the seas than animals?

Did you hear about the islands made of plastic?

As you can see the plastics are an issue in too many ways. But today we’ll focus on microplastics.

Did you hear about them?

If you didn’t hear about them, “microplastics” are very small pieces of plastic that pollute the environment. Microplastics are not a specific kind of plastic, but rather any type of plastic fragment that is less than five millimetres in length according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

A study revealed that 3 of 4 mesopelagic fishes contained plastics in their stomachs.

Mesopelagic fishes are the principal source of food to tuna, dolphins, seals, swordfish, and sea birds amongst other animals.

This fact worries scientist because those fishes could transmit the microplastics all around the ocean and altern sea ecosystem.

Furthermore, these microplastics are invading our kitchen, if you like to enjoy a dish with shrimps, lobsters, clams or simply pour some salt in your food, you should know that up to 70℅ of that food contain microplastics.

Another study made by orb media shows that people consume an average of 14 microplastic each day.

However, we don’t really know how this ingest of microplastics could affect us, scientist keeps investigating if this consume could affect our hormones functions or harm our health in any way.

Meanwhile, the scientist made their investigations and researches about how harmful could be to our health, we recommend you to try to avoid eat it and avoid animals to eat it too. And get an approach to a zero waste lifestyle.

If you want to joint the zero waste lifestyle, here are some recommendations:

Use aluminium or glass bottle instead of buying water bottled.

Avoid plastic straws, cups, lighters and those products made of plastics containers to other gel for solid soap.

Moreover, choose natural fibres like( wool or linen) instead of polyester because of these last one release microplastics when you wash it.

And if you have to buy a plastic item, you may try buying it second handed.

Save our planet 🌏 ❤️

Contemplating Permaculture

Just a short blurb about something that’s on my mind

So I’ve already decided I want to pursue permaculture to support my lifestyle. A lot of people who criticize vegans argue that we’re contributing to the spread of industrial agriculture which hurts natural environments and native peoples, which is entirely fair. The solution is to focus our attention as vegans and whole food plant based eaters on producing more than we consume, and permaculture supports so much more than just human stomachs. It brings native plant, animal, and insect species back to the area, revives the ecosystem of the local environment, and supports itself through integration. If your veganism is entirely self-serving, someone will suffer for it.