After a year and a half traveling to the outmost places of pristine Australia we saw our lives transform into a Magical Mystery Tour as we dove deeper into healing ourselves. One morning, after having a local brewed coffee and walking barefoot in a village up in the mountains surrounded by subtropical forest, we stumbled upon a principle that is all about healing the Earth. It was in Nimbin, New South Wales - the town that was born out of the Aquarius Festival in 1973 - that we first heard the word: Permaculture.
For over a year now I have been on a journey of living more sustainable. I’ve been working on decluttering my house and slowly becoming a minimalist. Ironically while watching YouTube I saw this video where it talks about how streaming anything is bad for the environment. Listening to this video I was confused about how this could be bad for the environment since I wasn’t physically doing anything or buying the physical object.
In the northern part of Siberia, Russia, there is the town of Verkhoyansk called the "Cold Pole of the World". The lowest temperature recorded so far is 67.8°C below freezing, which is extremely cold in winter.
The ocean is so much more than just a large body of water that coves this planet like the lid to my lunch box. It shields us, helps us, feeds us, allows us to travel, its the reason mankind has advanced so far from those troglodytes in a cave to Gen Z’s typing on their macs. Its where we began, its where we ‘might’ end up. Its beauty is unchallenged throughout the universe. Maybe none of this matter to you, but if I’ve already struck a chord with you, read on as you might learn something new.
This is the last part of the Land environments series. This part is more of a basic chemistry lesson that goes along with the smallest elements that are found in the various environments mentioned.
1) It facilitates Homo Sapiens place at the top of the food chain
This is a continuation of the lecture for Land Environments. I broke up the sections in case there are any early childhood or primary teachers who may want to use the material.
Hello everyone, my name is Ria and I am a mermaid. However, I am a mermaid that's kind of unique. I am a mermaid that lives in a river. I would like to teach you about my home, which is a river. Some of you may ask, what's a river. So, here I am to tell you about my home. By the way, did you know that my name Ria means river? Yes Ria (River), the river mermaid.
Our country's electric grid consists of a network of transmissions lines, substation, transformers and more that deliver electricity from the power plant to our home or business—allowing us to connect power to our appliances. However, our grids are generating to its capacity.