As time moves forward, the influence of technology in early childhood could result in a disconnect to the natural world. This could ultimately be a deciding factor whether our species continues on a path of decline or if we shape our attitudes to promote positive development and growth as a collective species. The fact that so many couples are now are growing their families in these urban core driven mega-cities leaves them limited to how much green space they have access to. This could have drastic repercussions to their livelihoods and understanding of the innate possibilities of happiness and love for oneself and others. Nature in fact helps shape these values from a very young age. Nature can develop our value and appreciation of non materialistic things and can balance chemical compositions in the body. Could this help the mind, body and soul? Nature and forests in particular can be very influential in early life.
As more become disconnected, the benefits of nature are not seen. People set grounded with their own values, often times individuals are closed off and not open to suggestion. Growth depends upon learning from failures and striving to achieve the best. How could the world have gotten to where its at if it wasn't for change?
Let us be the information seekers, Let our children be the information receivers, and let collective action change the world.Change depends on the openness and willingness to listen to others, take suggestion and make adjustments. One person may listen to the ideas and recommendations of another and maybe change something to make it better? The phones would never be where they are at if it wasn't for the genius of suggestion; technology alone is a feat accomplished not by one but by multiple geniuses working together to achieve the best product. They work together with a profound understanding of the genetic makeup of a cell. They know themselves and move beyond the capacity of one individual. You begin to see transformation, growth and a similar resemblance. By the time the process is done, you have two identical cells who have similar capacity to get the same job done. They now move in other directions and start dividing among other cells so that information can be spread across multilateral plains of view.
Citizen Scientists are people who help in the collection of data pertaining to environmental issues such as migratory birds, freezing and thawing temperatures. This can then help in the development of sustainable practices that go towards promoting and creating more dependable natural systems. I think everyone should be involved in community building initiatives like these. David Suzuki's mission is a staple of environmental thinking and he is on track with this idea and can create real change if manifested within society properly. I really believe in collaborative change and hope to be involved with projects like this in the future. I would love to play a part that helps shape the future in thinking and the collection of raw data. What a fun experience this could be for citizens of Canada, both who have lived here and cherish the natural heritage as well as newcomers and individuals who want to learn more about the integrity of the land and its capacities to sustain resources and life. An idea like this can spawn creative thinking, new ways of data collection and a thinking that should be engraved to rehabilitate our connection to our environments and the biodiversity that thrives within them.
Let us be the information seekers, Let our children be the information receivers, and let collective action change the world.Let us change the world on the notion that we can collectively understand more when we work with cohesion, strength, dignity, compassion, drive, and most importantly, understanding on matters. We are all trying to understand ourselves, let alone the entire system in which we have been placed. Why not lend a giving hand to others who can help you grasp concepts you might have known before. This is the beauty of participation, teamwork and unity. Let us take time out of our busy lives to appreciate the value in our environment, and to give back by contributing to the collective understanding of all things.