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Young and Angry

Posted by on May 6, 2017 in Featured, Kids of the World | 0 comments

Young and Angry

If I were a young man, I would be really angry with my parents’ and grandparents’ generations. In other words, your peers. “What are you doing to my future?” I would shout at them, the grown-ups; the people in power. You are leaving me a mess. The climate is changing and the world population will grow from the 7.5 billion it stands at today to over 9 billion over the next 30 years with no solution for overpopulation in sight. You might deny climate change but overpopulation is a very...

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Resources are not Renewable!

Posted by on Jan 22, 2011 in Ecology | 5 comments

Resources are not Renewable!

Mankind is the only being on earth which needs an excessive amount of resources. Some animals also need resources, like the birds need the material to build their nests. But this is still part of the natural cycle and is constantly recycled. And only as much is used as is really needed. While we human beings use the resources provided by nature as though it is inexhaustible. And we use the resources even when we don’t need it. Or just to satisfy our whims most of the time. The...

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