SMALL ACTIONS CREATE BIG RESULTS.
I'll frame this quote and hang it on the wall of my house in Mars! So what are we doing for our world? In the last 150 years, our world has warmed an average of 1.2 degrees and continues to warm. We only see a glowing color like Mars in this chart. However, behind that color are 43,000 people who died of drought in Somalia. We set our sights on the red planet Mars. We want to turn it blue via Terraform. But we do not hesitate to turn our already blue planet into red. So can't we do both? Saving Earth and transforming Mars? It's a matter of culture… Permaculture. I will take you to a mine where mining activities have been carried out for 160 years and introduce you to the work of a group of visionaries who not only takes from nature but also give back. With people who believe that they can transform this space by placing the pieces we take from nature in the right order and dedicate their lives to it...
If we all do our part, we can terraform Earth too. nice proof. CLIMATE CRISIS The climate crisis is escalating, and in a recent report, scientists said "
we are on thin ice and the ice is melting rapidly.” The United Nations invites all the organizations and companies of the world to fulfill their duties.
in its report! 17 SUSTAINABILITY GOALS The countries in the world agreed on 17 items for a more sustainable world. You can also reach these goals via the Samsung Global Goals application sponsored by @samsungturkiye. I would like to share the download link with you: bit.ly/42NHfV7
Thanks to this application, You can donate directly from here, or you can activate the advertising feature with the "turn on" button. While your phone is charging, it occasionally shows you ads. The financial gains from these are used to support non-governmental organizations and donors working towards the realization of 17 global goals. We, as users, can at least do these things. When choosing the products we use, we can question what they do in this regard. For example, my Galaxy S23 Ultra has an environmental impact report. We can see It’s grade in this report card. bit.ly/3JRVQWZ
According to this report, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has:
- 20% of the plastic materials used in it
- 28% of aluminum in sim card slot and buttons
- 22% of Corning Gorilla Glass Vistus 2 used in its screen
… are made from recycled materials. For now some…
Moreover, renewable energy sources are used in the production of all Galaxy products. It is aimed to remove plastic products from all packages by 2025.
With the repairability principle Instead of constantly buying new devices, the aim of extending the service life of the existing one is among the principles of Samsung. Moreover, Galaxy S23 and many Galaxy product has IP68 protection. Thus, extending the service life of the products. Another example of creating big results with many small actions! Let's go back to Eden Project, which received more than 1 million visitors in 2019. This area, which is prepared with the principle of maximum durability with Minimum material, is designed to air-condition the environment by keeping it hot during the day and cold at night. Well, How prepared are we to face the fact that we are destroying an area as big as this huge design wonder every 12 seconds in the Amazon Forest. A world without Amazon means a 5 degrees warmer world because damaging the amazons means damaging the cycle of rain and climate. We're breaking the chain... PERMACULTURE Acquiring permaculture means keeping the world alive on a sustainable basis. Let's take a look at the principles of permaculture: - Observe and interact. - Capture and store energy. - Obtain useful items. - Manage yourself and accept feedback. - Value and use renewable products. - Generating waste. - Design using patterns. - Segregate, integrate. - Use slow and small solutions. - Value and use diversity. - Edge, evaluate corners. - Respond to change and use it creatively. The whole thing is to understand these principles and to bring them into our lives in a way that can provide maximum benefit and integrate. THis is where our responsibility starts. For example, to buy food at a minimum level and to turn the leftovers like the peels etc. into compost is one of the ways. What did we say? small actions make big impacts. Since our world is built on solid foundations, we might still have the chance to fix the small stones we have lined up here, but in an ecosystem that we aim to establish, We may not have the luxury. That's why we need to evaluate every step we take to protect our home and create that big impact on ourselves and around us.