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The Light Bulb Conspiracy was the first example of an economic system that is now common practice and is the cause of huge wastes : wasted natural finite resources, waste of energy, waste of money for consumers and... heaps of watses dumped usselessly!
The Easter season is often an occasion for celebrating and having fun. Feel like rolling eggs? Nothing wrong with having fun, yet it doesn't have to mean wasting food or animal ill-treatment. It's quite easy and fun to make fake eggs with cardboard. For treats, prefer Fair trade chocolate items.
Hybrid vehicles are an intermediary solution between conventionnal vehicles and electric vehicles. The idea is making the thermic motor run with a slightly harder charge than necessary, and use this extra energy to charge batteries.
More than one century of industrial development, economic growth and intensive exploitation of nature has led us to a world where we can travel cheaply to anywhere in the world, import food, clothes and materials from any country, yet we are slowly destroying the very earth which keeps us alive. Despite increases in automation, we are working harder and harder, and neglecting our home lives to fulfil the demands of industry. The brave new world promised to us by technology has not arrived. Instead it has led to an increased gap between rich and poor within most countries and between countries. Cultures once unique and distinct are slowly merging into variations of Western popular culture. Languages and species are dying out. The outlook is gloomy! We have a very strong responsibility to the future which we will create. If we wish to provide a better environment to our children (and ourselves), we will thus have to modify our ways of life and our manner of consuming. Currently, to provide for his needs, Humanity must call upon the industry of consumption.
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Jean-Luc Henry, President of the Ekopedia Foundation