Focusing On The Conservation of Ecosystems, Habitats & Wildlife

Emergency Earth

Whether we recognize it or not, every society, community, and person in the world has entered a state of emergency – both globally and locally. 

Our Parent-System (our biosphere) is sick.  Our Sub-System (the economy) is reducing our quality of life. Our Sustaining-System (our ecology) is becoming more unstable.  These Waste-Making Systems are destroying LIFE.

In most regions of the world, the warming & waste in the atmosphere is threatening the security of the planet.  Every living system on Earth is currently in decline.  Our Basic Life Supporting Systems (Water, Air and Soil) that sustains all life-forms on Earth needs to be Conserved, Protected and Restored now in order for us to thrive and survive within our home habitat.

Our Great Mother Earth is facing enormous challenges at this time.  She is suffocating and needs to be revived with Primary Care now before it’s too late.  By improving her immunity system (the lungs of our planet), we can shock the carbon cycle and attack the heart of the problem our planet is facing today.  It is not too late to resuscitate this amazing planet.

LIFE IS ALL ABOUT BALANCE.  When our Planet is not in harmony, it reflects in the overall health of Planet Earth.

By uncovering the causes of the Earth’s sicknesses, the human community can choose the right treatment for the health of our planet and all who inhabit the Earth.  WE can still breath life back into our planet!

We have reached a crucial time / juncture in our history to PRESERVE Life On Planet Earth. The challenge of choosing our destiny and deciding the fate of life on this planet has reached a threshold.  

By exploiting the living world, we are dangerously impoverishing our planet and putting our own welfare in danger. 

Habitats and species are facing a high risk of becoming extinct because of the threatening changes in environmental or predation parameters. 

The habits and patterns of our actions have become obsolete and finding new ways towards global interconnectedness have become the necessary condition for responsible living and acting in preserving life.

The basic principles of First Aid are to Preserve Life, Prevent Further Injury and Promote Recovery.

Our planet’s natural resources are being depleted at a rapid rate and this crisis is calling for sustainable change.   The increasing human population numbers are putting great pressure on many of these resources which can not be renewed.

Many different natural processes occur within those ecosystems influencing humans. Some of these processes include atmospheric quality, soil generation and conservation, energy flow, the water cycle, waste removal and recycling.

Human activities are altering the equilibrium involved in these natural processes and cycles. If these changes due to human activities are not addressed, the stability of the world’s ecosystems may be irreversibly affected.