Looking the other way is no longer an option
The biosphere is falling apart and it is not a pretty sight. Our planet is under threat not from an impending collision with a comet but the unrestrained activity of the most dominant species on the planet, the human being. Ironically, the damage we have inflicted on Mother Earth affects us in terrible ways too. From polluted rivers to depleting ground water, rising incidence of diseases like asthma, cancer and flu, unpredictable weather patterns resulting in droughts in some places and floods in others, contamination of food sources with fatal toxins like lead and mercury and so on. If we don’t learn to live in harmony with nature right now, and it is already too late, we will leave our children to a miserable life on the earth. Not just that, we actively choose to suffer the effects of the damaged ecology by refusing to do anything about it in our personal capacity.
What can I do?
Ecoliving is to live in harmony with nature. This is no longer optional but an imperative that must be followed if we are to leave the world inhabitable for future generations.
We help you make the transition to ecoliving
We don’t preach, we practice. And we are happy to help others join us in our mission of living more responsibly.