On September 23rd, 2019, these incredible young people took to the streets of London to stand up to a system that is destroying the natural world, and causing unimaginable suffering for millions of people around the world.
They stand as the last generation able to do something about the oncoming destruction of life as we know it, and the last chance for mankind to change its ways before we enter an irreversible extinction event. The mass scale collapsing of animal ecosystems is already having a profound affect upon our way of life but the poor and developing nations are suffering first. If we do not begin a radical movement of change, within the next three years, then it will be too late to stop the ecological systems that all our economic systems depend upon from collapsing beyond recovery. Every nation on Earth, is going to suffer from this ecological man made climate crisis. Every people will feel the effects of its ravenous travel across human society.
If we do not stop this now, together, everyone you care about will suffer.
The young are the ones who will Suffer Most.
But the children are rising
To Stand for the Truth
Women Are Leading
A Call to the People
to Rise Against the System
that is Destroying the Planet
and Stealing Their Future.
One Girl Stood Up
Crossing the Ocean
to Unite those Who Care
and Expose those Who Don't
For way too long, the politicians and the people in power have gotten away with not doing anything to fight the climate crisis, but we will make sure that they will not get away with it any longer.
- Greta Thunberg
now Million Are Standing
To Change Our Direction
and Call Out For Help
from Those Who Don't Fear
The Ones Who Protect
The System Destroying
A Living Planet
What Is Your Answer
69 of the richest 100 entities on the planet are corporations, not governments.
enabling the addicts
A network of 94 of the world’s biggest cities, released a report in June estimating how much consumerism drives the climate crisis.
The results were staggering: In just 94 cities, where a combined 700 million live, the consumption of goods and services “including food, clothing, aviation, electronics, construction and vehicles” is responsible for 10 percent of global greenhouse gases. That is nearly double the emissions from every building in the entire world.
Sustainability is the only growth model that can work, because by definition, everything else is unsustainable.
Over 70% of world biodiversity is concentrated in just these areas.
Simply banning industrial operations in these areas is essential to protecting our planet, but we must also monitor populations closely and ban the use of all chemicals and practices that are harmful to the ecological recover of our planet.
It is important to take away all restrictions to the people working for ecological and environmental sustainability today. We have to massively increase our funding of wildlife recovery centres and field working teams who manage major reserves and protect them from poaching. These teams will be given the resources to exand their territories every year and given more resources according to the amount of new habitat developed, meaning a fast recovery is given even more resources to ensure it is maintained as rapidly as can be. This will see some miracles of resource recovery that change our perception of how quickly we can rebuild our ecological world.
“We are essentially destroying the very life support systems that allow us to sustain our existence on the planet, along with all the other life on the planet,” Lister said. “It is just horrifying to watch us decimate the natural world like this.”
Africa is an essential part of preserving our natural world and rebuilding the paradise this planet once was. If we are to really change the world, it must be lead by Africa. This crisis many be the biggest mankind has ever faced, but it also offers the incredible opportunity for complete transformation. If we do this right, we can emerge from this crisis into a sustainable and more equal world. With what is relatively little investment for the developed world, but huge investment for African nations, we can help the developing world become completely sustainable from the start, both economically and ecologically. Many are already far ahead of western nations and cities, but for clean energy and scale they will need help. for example by banning plastic.
A 27 year study across 63 nature protection reserves in Germany showed that less than a quarter of flying insects remain.
"Our analysis estimates a seasonal decline of 76%, and mid-summer decline of 82% in flying insect biomass over the 27 years of study. We show that this decline is apparent regardless of habitat type, while changes in weather, land use, and habitat characteristics cannot explain this overall decline”.