Small Steps Up Mountains#13

 

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” When the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught, the last river poisoned, only then will we realise that one cannot eat money.”

Native American Proverb

This weeks “Small Steps” has an environmental theme, a topic that is close to my heart.

A fellow Irish blogger Dermott Hayes crossed my path for the first time recently, after the lovely Autumn reblogged his post Wolves Give Life

I am sharing Dermott’s post once again, as it illustrates how one small change can have a positive impact on an ecosystem, in a relatively short space of time.  Indeed, the more Dermott’s post is shared the more chance that Norway might have a rethink on culling 70% of its wolves!

Our oceans are polluted with plastic and other detritus, thus it was heartening to read Green Art News Plastic and watch the accompanying video “One Plastic Beach”. Their very thought provoking  Ecology of Marine Debris  might also inspire you to make a difference.

Although, you are probably a keen environmentalist if you chose to read this post!


27 thoughts on “Small Steps Up Mountains#13

  1. Isn’t the saddest thing that it is the so called developed world that causes the issues, not the ancient peoples who lived a symbiotic relationship with their planet and all it’s other inhabitants. I loved this post and I thank you for it.

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