Tuesday, November 3, 2015

How do we Evolve from EGO to ECO?

How do we educate the hearts? Most people will agree that we should live in harmony with Nature.. Share this if you agree that we should live in harmony with Nature!

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Tell President Obama: Don't drill the Arctic | CREDO Action

Tell President Obama: Don't drill the Arctic | CREDO Action

Tell President Obama: Don't drill the Arctic

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Statement lead-in:
“Allowing oil drilling in the Arctic is a catastrophic mistake. Don’t give Shell final approval to drill the Arctic.”

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Tell President Obama: Don't drill the Arctic
Dear Friend,

In 2010 President Obama oversaw the worst oil disaster in our
nation’s history. As an unstoppable torrent of oil poured into the Gulf
of Mexico for three straight months, he addressed the nation, urging, “we cannot consign our children to this future,” and “the time to embrace a clean energy future is now.”*

But today, rather than heed his own words, he seems more determined to break his own record.

The Obama administration last week issued Shell a conditional
approval to drill in the Arctic, one of the most dangerous and risky
places to drill for oil on earth. Shell still needs a final permit,
which it is almost certain to get – unless we can force the president to
change course.

Tell President Obama: Don’t drill the Arctic. Sign the
petition and we’ll deliver it to the president with the text of his
speech from the Gulf oil spill.

No one can safely drill in the Arctic. The Department of Interior has said there is a 75% chance of a spill greater than 1,000 barrels.1
The last time Shell tried drilling in 2012, its drilling rig ran
aground in rough Arctic waters. This year, one of its drilling rigs has
already failed a Coast Guard inspection.

At a time when global warming is already melting polar ice at an
alarming rate, allowing Shell to unleash the Arctic’s massive pool of
carbon on our atmosphere is literally crazy. As Bill McKibben wrote last
week in the New York Times, “It’s as if the tobacco companies were applying for permission to put cigarette machines in cancer wards.”2

Tell President Obama: Don’t drill the Arctic.

Of all people, President Obama should know better. But rather than
trying not to repeat the Gulf oil spill, the President is using it to
dismiss criticism of this terrible decision. “I think it's fair to say
that I know a little something about the risks of offshore drilling,
given what happened in the Gulf very early in my presidency,” he said
last week.

The decision doesn’t just show a short memory and terrible judgement. Allowing
arctic drilling underscores the dangerous and deeply flawed logic
behind President Obama’s "all of the above" energy policy
– that we can drill, frack and mine our way to a clean energy future.

That’s deeply concerning as we await President Obama’s decision on
Keystone XL and other infrastructure projects that would massively
increase the extraction of tar sands crude.

It’s been five years since President Obama called out that “we have failed to act with the sense of urgency that this challenge requires” because of “a lack of political courage and candor.” Yet he still is trying to have it both ways.

We know that President Obama does respond to public pressure. It has
staved off approval of Keystone XL. And now we need it more than ever to
save the Arctic.

Tell President Obama: Don’t drill the Arctic. Sign the
petition and we’ll deliver it to the president with his own words from
the Gulf oil catastrophe.

Excerpt from President Obama’s Gulf oil spill address:

“For decades, we have known the days of cheap and easily
accessible oil were numbered. For decades, we’ve talked and talked
about the need to end America’s century-long addiction to fossil fuels.
And for decades, we have failed to act with the sense of urgency that
this challenge requires. Time and again, the path forward has been
blocked -- not only by oil industry lobbyists, but also by a lack of
political courage and candor.

The consequences of our inaction are now in plain sight.
Countries like China are investing in clean energy jobs and industries
that should be right here in America. Each day, we send nearly $1
billion of our wealth to foreign countries for their oil. And today, as
we look to the Gulf, we see an entire way of life being threatened by a
menacing cloud of black crude.

We cannot consign our children to this future. The tragedy
unfolding on our coast is the most painful and powerful reminder yet
that the time to embrace a clean energy future is now. Now is the
moment for this generation to embark on a national mission to unleash
America’s innovation and seize control of our own destiny.”

  1. "As Shell Looks To Drill In Arctic, Environmentalists Rally To Remember Historic Arctic Oil Spill," Think Progress, 3/24/15
  2. "Obama’s Catastrophic Climate-Change Denial," Bill McKibben, New York Times, 5/12/15

Thursday, March 26, 2015


We are all ONE!

This incredible short film shares an Indigenous Native American Prophecy that links all of life and the future of our planet. Please watch and share! This is the shor Url for this video bit.ly/Weareallone We want to encourage all the people to make a difference! Spread the understanding that everyone has an individual power to make a difference invite your friends to join us!What can one person do? Help, give, care, share, like, followIf you like what we do and want to support us further, please help us with a donation visit our One Person Can Make A Difference blog http://onepersoncanmad.blogspot.co.at/Or use the Donation button on the Facebook Page. Everything you do counts! Every share every like every thought...My Network of Changemakers on Linkedin is strong but every new connection makes it stronger If you want our networking support for your CAUSES Please connect! We will try to help you make a BIGGER DIFFERENCE!https://www.linkedin.com/in/hanslakFollow One Person On Twitter https://twitter.com/HansLak

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