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Even after Earth Day, nothing beats scrolling through these images over a warm cup of tea with classical music playing in the background. :3 Thank you so much for creating this; it's truly a stunning tribute to our amazing planet. Hopefully this will inspire the nature lover in us all to take further action to protect this beautiful world- not just on Earth Day, but every day- so that future generations may have an equal opportunity to appreciate it in all of its glory.
This-Demonic-DorkFeatured By OwnerApr 23, 2013Student General Artist
Oh wow, yesterday was earth day? I didn't even realize until today! O.O But for people who truly love and care about our beautiful planet, every day is earth day, really, we all have to work together to save this wonderful world <3 You chose gorgeous photos, I hope you and the photographers keep up the great work C:
It's not the govs (beyond rare places as Cuba or North Korea) to blame but instead actually more like big corps, unchecked greed and wanton capitalism. When nature is thought only as a source of riches, a capital to NOT let unused...
Apparently, the CEO of Nestlé I think claimed by example that saying that 'safe, pure water for everyone as a basic human right' is actually radicalism and inacceptable. So...
and even here, they always win at end, generally. Canada is a paradise for mining corps to name a sector of the economy - the laws are old, making that the communauties have not much rights on underground riches, so as tales as Desjardins's 'Trou Story/Hole Story' shown... expropriations, poluated grounds, etc...
Lobbyism is a danger as more.. direct form of influences. And this is what happen paradoxally as you castrate by neoliberalism the state. The market move to eitheir act free as heck, or insidiously come in to seize control.
The Harper men are a good example, castrating some environemental laws and agencies. Shutting down. Cutting funds. Retiring from international treaties. Etc.
I find it interesting that whenever we think of nature, we look at these scenery, but none of them involve the structures that humans have built. Yea, they're not 'natural', but they are still aspects of the planet, no? It would be interesting to see photos were both sides, nature and human buildings, can be put together and still make it look as beautiful as these 80 pictures (I see there is one with a bench, which is something).
Just a thought I had. It's beautiful! And happy earth day!