Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Value Matters: Innovation Has Direction - YouTube

Value Matters: Innovation Has Direction - YouTube

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Sustainability is all about RETHINKING the Value of Products!

Monday, April 23, 2012

Osupuko | Abundance for all

Osupuko | Abundance for all




Econological projects to build a stronger Africa


It is our belief that we can help wildlife and forest if we help the community. If we help the community the parents are provided with jobs and awareness. If we can give the community a solid base the children will have a better future and environment. If we can give a better future and environment we save and protect wildlife and forest.
Every chain in the circle of life must be strong to keep the circle going in a socially – responsible way.
Sustainable projects and socially responsible ventures is the only way to create a balance between economy and ecology and so Abundance for All.


Supporting projects and initiatives with an innovative character in order to balance every living individual to walk hand in hand with economical success and ecological interest to achieve a new econological balance. AFA is advocating to co-operate with existing legal entities. Where needed AFA will start-up and guide projects.
For this project our goal is; to protect the Kittenden wildlife corridor for the track of the biggest elephant of Africa, to create sustainable development and durable projects, to put up a wildlife fence for protecting community with their children and crops, to construct an efficient water system for irrigation and house holds with hygienic sanitary equipment, to offer good education and a special program for children with sports and music, to create ventures for jobs so parents can give a better environment for their children, to help with healthcare and to make a lodge for tourists operational to lift up the economy in this beautiful but underdeveloped area. 


  • Abundance for All takes the full responsibility for donations and will show by video on the website the progress of the projects.
  • Abundance for All has the intention to spend 80% of the donations on the projects.
  • Abundance for All is only supporting and setting up sustainable projects.
  • Abundance for All is accommodated with an office on the location of the project for monitoring and low expenses.
  • Abundance for All is working with experienced volunteers.
  • Abundance for All is working with communities and provides them with jobs, education and awareness and learns them to take responsibilities for their environment, children and future.
  • As we can turnaround the imbalanced situation we can also turn Abundance for All into the words All for Abundance.
  • Abundance for All will always listen to individuals and companies who are willing to contribute with suggestions according to our philosophy.
  • Abundance for All is working hand in hand with the young community to achieve its aims to create a save balanced youth for a better future.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Paradise or Oblivion Please watch this if you want to make a Difference

Campaign | Access | Protect Our Privacy

Campaign | Access | Protect Our Privacy

Tell Tech Companies: Protect Our Privacy

Sign the petition

Dear AT&T, Facebook, Microsoft, Verizon, and all the companies supporting CISPA,
We believe that cyber security is important, but it should not come at the expense of our civil liberties. As your users, and because we value our privacy, we urge you to stand up for our rights and drop your support of the the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.

Even though international support for ACTA has started to waver, governments have not stopped trying to mess with the internet. The latest offender is the US government, now pushing a bill called CISPA.
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) allows for the unlimited sharing of user data among private companies and the government, without safeguards for civil liberties. This bill has global implications, so we need to convince technology companies supporting CISPA, like AT&T, Facebook, Microsoft, and Verizon, that protecting us against cyber threats should not come at the expense of user privacy.
Once seen as inevitable, your actions helped turn the tide on ACTA. Now let's do the same to CISPA. Join our urgent open letter to the nearly 30 companies supporting the bill, calling on them to stand up for user rights and drop their support. Sign the petition by clicking the link below, and we'll deliver these letters before the Act even goes to the vote:
Cyber security is vital to internet usage -- it allows us to safely shop online, send emails, and pay our bills. CISPA, though, is so vague that the governments and companies would be able monitor your online communications, censor information, and shut down internet access. There is a better way -- one that narrowly defines the roles of companies in fighting cyber threats, limits what information can be shared, and doesn't open the backdoor for governments to spy on us.
The main pillar propping up CISPA is support from the private sector. As their users, we can convince them to stand up for privacy and help bring down CISPA, just like we did convinced European officials to rethink their support of ACTA. Call on companies to protect user privacy and withdraw their support of CISPA by adding your name to the urgent letter:
With determination,
The Access Team