Intentions for World Wetlands
After reading many scientific and ‘expert’ reports of the risks to wetlands by the increasing population, ‘lifestyle’ housing and resultant demands on the water and risk of fire I wrote the article posted in ‘news’. I have gone deeply into my heart and conclude this project with heart-focused intentions. It is best to read through the instructions, then the ‘Intention’, and then come back and follow or use your own intention practice. Thank you. Breathing in, breathing out. I feel the energy of Gaia enter through my feet and I draw it… Read More
Wetland development – Risk too high, impact too great: a duty of care to protect: a call to act.
The last three months (from September 2019) in Australia have changed everything in the way many people in Australia view fire risk and climate change. Trending reduced rainfall and higher temperatures, which have multiple negative effects on wetland ecosystems including risk of fire have raised the probability and potential impact of close vicinity wetland housing developments to an unacceptable level of risk. In December 2019, 27 leading health and medical organisations in Australia signed a joint statement calling on the Federal and NSW governments to respond to the public health emergency associated with persistent air… Read More
Action for the Amazon Fires
United Nations Human Rights Law are there to protect the planet and us. Can they be enforced? ”Failing to protect biodiversity can constitute a violation of the right to a healthy environment, a right that is legally recognised by 155 States and should now be globally recognised as fundamental, they said.
“The protection of biological diversity is indispensable to realise the right to available, accessible, sustainable and nutritious food. Industrial agriculture being one of the main culprit of biodiversity decline, it is vital to have effective and balanced policies to protect ecosystems’ health while producing sufficient nutritious food for all,” said Hilal Elver, the Special Rapporteur on the right to food.” Read more…