Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Sustainability


Websters has a perfect definition of the word sustainable: “able to be used without being completely used up or destroyed; involving methods that do not completely use up or destroy natural resources; able to last or continue for a long time.”

“Sustainability isn’t part of our work – it’s a guiding influence for all of our work.” Says the USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). To many hemp activists, it is the purpose of our being.

Phytoremediation of hemp, tobacco, mushrooms, thistle, sunflowers etc., plus using hemp as a primary raw resource material for 3D printing, can help us co-create a better world. To preserve human life on earth, it is imperative that we reach beyond our illusion of self and realize that we are each responsible for at least 7 generations ahead. People are dying and/or loosing their minds from the legal toxic lead, nuclear, benzene, oil based plastics, medicines that can kill to heal an itch, etc.

History is full of countless failures to abide by this simple principle of providing for seven generations ahead. 

Here’s an idea from Pato Banton II on how to do the right thing.

"Three ways that I practice "Sustainability" in my life and work is to
1. grow food in my garden
2. recycle our waste in separate areas
3. share my clothes, shoes and other items with the homeless and charity organizations." 

Hemp is a tool we can use to not only restore sustainability as a guiding principle in policy, but expand it so we are sustaining healthy, happy and prosperous lives well into the future.

Since hemp grows so quickly, we can plant enough to fulfill our needs for housing, food, clothes, etc. without having to burden the future with the waste of our lives.

"What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve." 

Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

Sustainability Achieved. Party on!

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