EarthDay 2015 – Let’s Show We Care

EarthDay 2015 – Let’s Show We Care


Let’s Reduce our Footprint

Billions of tiny actions that can make a major change…

Earth Day is THE day in the year, when one should take time to reflect on one’s capacity at reversing adverse effects of one’s liability on our planet’s health. It may seem presumptuous to many, to imagine that an individual act will count in a broader picture. But more and more each day, we are getting to better understand how simple human habits like eating, travelling or buying, to say the least, add up to a global bill that weakens the Earth in its capacity at harbouring more than 6 billion human beings.   Continue reading

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Green ACTIVIST Alain BERTRAND Freed!

Green ACTIVIST Alain BERTRAND Freed!


ImageMauritian activist Alain Bertrand, Head of Communication of Pressure Group Azir Moris (Act Mauritius) protesting against coal, has been unlawfully arrested at 18:00 on the 12th of March, at the Mauritius 45th Independence Day celebrations at Anjalay stadium. His whereabouts got only to be known at around 22:00. He was denied bail and forced into police custody for three days, under false charges of “Ridiculising the National Flag”. Counsels Ramano and Rutnah pressured Court to obtain that bail be granted to him on 15th of March 2013.   Continue reading

Ecological Footprint – How to reduce our’s for a Better Sustainable Environment

Ecological Footprint – How to reduce our’s for a Better Sustainable Environment


First, let’s define the term Ecological Footprint

The ecological footprint is a measure of human demand on the Earth’s ecosystems. It is a standardized measure of demand for natural capital that may be contrasted with the planet’s ecological capacity to regenerate. It represents the amount of biologically productive land and sea area necessary to supply the resources a human population consumes, and to assimilate associated waste.

Wikipedia

An ecological footprint is the measure of how much of earth’s biological capacity is required by an individual, group, or activity.

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