We shall remember that karma is a b*tch only if you are. We invented plastic, keep producing them and sadly we live in a world of plastic. This bad karma perhaps is the price that we have to pay. Think of that daily cycle we're involved in. We may never realised what's actually being served on our plate everyday. The thought of having a healthy serve of fish on your dinner plate may not be as healthy as you would think. Why? Because nothing can guarantee that the fish you consume is free from plastic contamination or worse the micro plastic that most likely be present in the body of the fish we consume.
Humans are mainly creatures of convenience and practicality. We just love something easy-made-ready with less hassle, but we never really question where everything we consume comes from. A great example is if we were to buy a bottle of drink served in plastic packaging, then we bin it, empty plastic goes into ocean, takes 1000 years to decompose, once it decomposed and broke into micro plastic, then the fishes or other marine creatures will eat them. Unconsciously those fishes will have micro plastic living on them, they got caught and sold, we bought and consume them without realising the purity of the source, we digest them and those micro plastic will end up staying in our system. The cycle goes on again and again. Until we're built up with countless undetected micro plastic in our body that's slowly deteriorating our health.
What goes into the ocean, goes into you. We cannot put 100% trust in the food from the contamination source we created. Yes, that means our poor contaminated ocean. Unfortunately this is the price we have to pay, it is our bad karma. Until the ocean is not in danger no more like what it used to be before plastic were introduced in the 1950s. Because sadly, whatever plastic product made since those eras, are still lingering in the ocean as we speak today.
Have we done enough to save the ocean from further plastic damage? Have you taken a proactive action to avoid unnecessary plastic at all costs? Have you thought of plastic you avoid today could save an animal tomorrow? 📸:woke_to_the_planet
El exceso de plástico es uno de los mayores problemas alrededor del mundo, por eso en @ecofactoria trabajamos para reducir su uso.
Los empaques son en materiales biodegradables o compostables , se utiliza cartón (cuando es pocible es reutilizado) y papel para proteger las piezas. 🌾Sustainable Facts: ¿Lo sabías? 👉 ¡Comparte! 📷 @wearitslow
Pulpa de papel reciclado pintado con tinte natural de cúrcuma. Trabajando en el taller estos días preparando una vasija parte d mis diseños @ecofactoria 🌎🌱💚. Cuando decidí crear diseños estaba conciente que deseaba que fuera a partir de una base ecológica, donde pudiera reutilizar materiales. Y muchas veces no es fácil, tuve que experimentar mucho para llegar a lo que e logrado al día de hoy!
[ NAGRADNA IGRA ] Kar damo v okolje, nam sledi in vpliva na naše zdravje! 🌳Vsak zemljan letno ustvari 477 kg smeti, zato smo ljudem na ulici dobesedno pokazali, kaj se zgodi z vsemi smeti, ki jih proizvedemo. 😊 👉V komentar označi prijatelja, pomagaj razširiti sporočilo in se poteguj za ELEKTRIČNI SKIRO!🛴 👉Vsi smo vplivneži na okolje in na zdravje, zato ločuj odpadke, izberi lokalne izdelke, kupuj manj stvari in ustvari manj smeti.🌳
It is horrifying that we have to fight our government to save the environment. Climate change is real, it's happening and our time is running out. There's been countless critical environmental cases across the world over the past years and they're evident that our planet has been going through massively.
One of the recent impact was the Queensland's bushfires which rages through the subtropics - areas which traditionally immune from fires. Climate change is not to be taken lightly. As Sir David Attenborough says on the latest UN COP24 climate talks "If we don't take action, the collapse of the civilisation and extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon." ♻️♻️♻️
People with power across the globe need to step up and take action. Not continually rejecting the idea and the evidence thinking the whole global warming is just scientists biggest scam. To save our planet, we need to stop looking at the world from business and profit set of lenses, but more from naturalists point of view. ✅✅✅
We urgently need a complete transformation of our global energy use, how we manage our land and forest resources. We also need to start using our advanced technology to provide us with solutions and raise the world's awareness of the importance to keep our earth as natural as possible so our future generations can enjoy our beautiful planet as much as we do. 💚💚💚
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The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you do. Don’t just say you care, but do something. Your action determines the future of our planet, and most importantly don’t be that “somebody” ♻️💚🌏 #loveplanetearth#ecofootprint#lessplastic
How I’m feeling right now! I was taking the trash out just now and I noticed our recycling bin was overflowing so I took a peek and some lazy person in my apartment complex decided they were just going to put their THREE trash bags full of stinky trash into the recycling bin 😡 because they couldn’t read it said “recycle ONLY” or just didn’t care to take the extra five steps to the dumpster 🙄🙄🙄 so I went ahead and put them all in the dumpster for them. Even if the people picking up the trash noticed the trash bags in the recycle bin and took them out that’s just adding more work for someone else! (Who honestly already has a tough job!) Just help someone else out and do things yourself 😌 Especially when it helps out this lovely and beautiful planet we are all sharing ❤️🌎#gooddeedoftheday#loveplanetearth#recycle