Sometimes, I sit back and feel overwhelmed by the number of issues that we face in order to maintain the quality of life we all desire and the health of the planet on which we live and on which we depend.
The saying, “Water is destiny,” is really true. If we examine why entire civilizations in history have vanished, availability of fresh water seems to always be a key factor. Here’s a report about water; we’ll add comments and suggestions afterwards.… Keep reading
While commitments and pledges by political leaders prove to be dubious, decisions by people who put their livelihoods on the line tend to be more reliable. Here’s a report about the shift by car manufacturers from gas to electric. As a trend, it tells me that virtually all of us will be driving electric in very few years.
As I’ve been driving an e-car for 8 years, for all my local trips, I can tell you there’s no going back. The car is more responsive, and costs far less to operate and maintain. … Keep reading
Here’s a report about chemicals in everyday consumer products that are proving to be seriously detrimental to our health … including leading to early death. I’ll add comments afterwards.
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Synthetic chemical in consumer
products linked to early
death, study finds
By Sandee LaMotte
October 12, 2021
Synthetic chemicals called phthalates, found in hundreds of consumer products such as food storage containers, shampoo, makeup, perfume and children’s toys, may contribute to some 91,000 to 107,000 premature deaths a year among people ages 55 to 64in the United States, a new study found.… Keep reading
One of the major problems facing us today is: With so many media spouting so much conflicting information, it’s difficult to know what to believe. Is the pandemic real or trumped up? Is climate change real or trumped up? Are 3rd world food crises real? Is climate change really being caused by humans? Are fossil fuels really all that harmful?
Well, insurance companies adjust their rates according to hard, reliable data. When they refuse to insure ocean-front homes, they have solid data behind their reason to walk away from collecting their premiums. … Keep reading
You might notice that when political or business leaders make pledges that would have positive consequences for our world, they select far-off dates – 2030, 2050, 2060. The cynic in me assumes they say these positive pledges to boost their image, knowing that people forget what they’ve said within a few hours … as the daily demands of life capture their attention.
And by the time those pledges are seen as bogus, those leaders are long gone, and not held accountable. … Keep reading