I'm asked quite often what our project is about. Quite simply it's about making this beautiful planet we call home, pristine and peaceful again. By showing people that every single one of us can make a difference and change the world. It all starts with each of us!
The problems facing us in these times can be quite daunting. Global warming, air pollution, water pollution, noise pollution, fracking, dependence on fossil fuels, de-forestation, food shortages, water shortages, homelessness, animal abuse and the list goes on and on. While these are all huge, global problems, it only takes one of us to get the ball moving and bring about change.
I am thrilled to see so many groups forming and starting projects to beautify this planet, bring us free energy solutions long held back from the public and a whole host of other projects to benefit the planet and humanity.
The inspiration behind many of these movements came from the "THRIVE, What On Earth Will It Take" movie. I think every person in the world should watch this movie! It can be seen here for free from their website http://www.thrivemovement.com/ direct link to the movie here http://www.thrivemovement.com/the_movie
On THRIVE's website there is a link titled "What Can I Do?"
In that section you will find links to the top ten actions that you can do.
1) Get Informed, Speak Up & Connect With Others
2) Bank Locally
3) Buy and Invest Responsibly
4) Join the Movement to Audit and End the Federal Reserve
5) Keep the Internet Fair and Open
6) Support Independent Media
7) Support Organic, Non-GMO Farming
8) Require Election & Campaign Finance Reform
9) Advocate for Renewable and "Free" Energy
10) Take Part in Critical Mass Actions
Over the coming weeks we will take these issues and explore them one at a time. I would love to have all of you comment and start a dialogue about your take and input on these items.
Until then, take plenty of time watch the movie and explore the THRIVE website and check out their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ThriveMovement?ref=stream
I welcome any comments. It's all up to us folks :)