I have written plenty of articles about global warming and pollution, etc. I think it is equally important to talk about countries and people who are making a difference. Here are a few Mother Earth Protectors worth giving positive attention to:
The Kingdom of Denmark, a Scandinavian country in Europe, has managed cut their food waste by 25% in just 5 years making it one of the leading countries. The government of Denmark has credited a woman named Selina Juul for the initiative. Instead of throwing food away, restaurants and supermarkets are selling leftovers 30% to 50% cheaper. It worked better than they expected.
“Food waste is the lack of respect for our nature, for our society, for the people who produce the food, for the animals, and the lack of respect for our time and your money.” – Selina Juul.
Norway is a model to follow in the transition to the electric car. Thanks to a generous system of tax incentives and benefits on polluting vehicles, the electric car market is exploding in the country.
It hurts me to say, that my home, Quebec, has stopped researching the Hydro Quebec wheel engine to finance oil companies in Gaspésie and Anticosti, as well as associate the entire country with oil sands.
Native Americans have done a lot of work lately to protect nature, water, etc.
We must protect the forests for our children, grandchildren and children yet to be born. We must protect the forests for those who can’t speak for themselves such as the birds, animals, fish and trees. – Qwatsinas (Hereditary Chief Edward Moody), Nuxalk Nation
Each human being living on the earth is responsible for doing good and taking care of the planet. We must work together in this common goal.
“We are all brothers and sisters on this Earth.” – Navajo Elder