AFFORESTATION & WATERWAYS REHABILITATION
There is no short-cut. Damage done to natural habitats through logging has to be reversed. You are invited to bring your farming and forestry skills. Water is life. Our rivers, dams and lakes are polluted. Our drive is aimed at halting ongoing pollution and initiating a clean-up plan.
Intelligent conservation of our natural resources demands that we design and shift to modes, methods and processes that relieve unsustainable exploitation pressure. Join us in the development of resilient design.
Our overarching duty to our fellow humanity is to guarantee three square meals for every working man. Ecological renaissance calls for the continuous engagement of the globally abundant human capital that seeks long-term financial security. We shall not rest until all who want to work are gainfully employed.
Freedom from disease ought not to be an elusive undertaking. Investing in social health systems offers the biggest impact in guaranteeing a high quality of life and natural productivity. Contagious disease can be contained if not eradicated. Bring your skills in public health.
Solutions by citizens
Let's all be on guard against inactive citizenship and its evil twin reactive governance. May we all act in ways that appeal to our better angels. It's a settled fact that, over the whole wide world; unemployment is rampant. Carnage from ecological catastrophes' is unfolding. Is it possible for proactive citizens to mobilize their common labor towards institutionalizing the fight for beating back these challenges? Can we consolidate our creative minds into a Citizens Council and propose ways to engage our unemployed energy to a national campaign to eradicate Cholera, Tuberculosis, Influenza, Lyme disease and Malaria? Can we contain contagious diseases through vector control initiatives? Can we build a practical community based waste management infrastructural program? Do we have the energy and time to rehabilitate our waterways aimed at solving the resource shortage? How about afforestation and reafforestation programs to restore our wetlands and natural habitats? Can we design alternative energy and construction material systems to relieve pressure on our dwindling wood-stock? Let's get off our high horses, the streets, and the conference halls. We have real work to do. If we must campaign, let's campaign for a disease free, conflict free, and educated citizenry.
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Plant A Tree, Keep The Water Clean
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