IF WE DO NOT SAVE OURSELVES, WHO WOULD SAVE US THEN
[Poverty and illusion] [Resource Illusion] [Paying the Price] [Sustainable systems]
[Fair Trade Illusion] [Permaculture] [Material Prison] [Gratuitous Needs]
[Freedom from Illusion] [U.N. Responsibility] [Eco-friendly Education in India]

We have forgotten how to create sustainable lifestyles and self-regulating agricultural systems, and we fail to see that industries and products must be based on sustainable renewable resource technologies and energies.

World summit conferences on poverty and environment are valuable, not because they ever produce any real positive action but because they are the unspoken silent witness to the total disregard shown by the economic powers of this world to life, the quality of life, and our future survival. Both the poor and our biosphere are now paying a heavy price for the developed countries greed and their disregard for all life in our global environment. We fail to recognize or support the development of self-sufficient rural communities with organizational management structures, these communities serve as a safety net from poverty and are of mutual benefit to a countries major economy.

New emerging environmental technologies and clean alternative free natural energy systems exist. Such sustainable technologies are rarely seen because, the powerful global institutions, those major polluters of our world that control and manipulate our world's policies, economics, and environment find little profit in sustainable technologies.