5 videos that everyone needs to see about Ethics, Habitat, and Climate Change
All was good in the world until Mr. Universe boss died without at least one recounting for his guests.
The following are examples of videos that makes you think about ethics, habitat and climate change.
Regardless of how well-intentioned you are, odds are that the video below is going to leave you wanting to hear more about these topics, especially if it’s been awhile since you last listened to a meaningful discussion about Ethics, Habitat and Climate Change.
George Orwell’s classic novel 1984 covers the topic of people living in a society run by the government, only for the government itself to turn on them through its leaders. There is no doubt the walls are in place already on a global scale, but how far along are they?
Lights Out: The Energy Revolution is Happening
Electricity represents 70% of our whole energy consumption and all of the states in the United States produce at least 4% of their electricity from renewable sources (p/kw) , where the traditional thermal power plants are being shut down as electric cars become the new norm.
Transforming our electric grids is a point of major concern for the Trump administration (which is attempting to change key regulations including the renewable energy standard, known as RES).
The Burning Issue of Human Energy Consumption in Peri-Industrial Countries
Turns out that coal burns really badly. Why is that?
Think about it: some of the World’s largest factories are powered by coal. Some of our freeways are mostly built using coal. While we have known for awhile that producing electricity by burning fossil fuels is a mistake, the basic facts are relatively new.
We’ve had it pretty much right from the get-go, and a lot of people won’t admit it.
It’s hard not to like the commercial above, especially when you realize that the “Cookie Monster” is really trying to get to a better place for everyone. If only children see the real effects of the current energy situation on the Earth, the discourse might change in a way we could never have imagined.
Reduce, Recycle, and Be A Leader
Being able to express gratitude helps improve both your physical and mental health. It’s also a great way to act beyond the ritzy, ceremonial atmosphere that surrounds Fortune 500 companies.
As many know, employees at the Boeing Company don’t only receive 40 days of paid vacation, they are provided with a custom notebook full of handwritten notes about how they are doing during the holidays that encourages positive thinking. This is also part of the company’s core values.
It really is possible to “go green” without giving up personal pleasures.
Southwark Habitat for Humanity
Whether or not you believe in what it’s about, the idea that Habitat for Humanity works is not up for debate. It’s an organization that provides free homes to single mothers and families who struggle with putting food on the table every month.
It’s a society-wide adoption-based concept that unites ordinary people with diverse economic backgrounds. Great efforts have been made to get more people involved in Habitat’s efforts, including a few that happen to have a celebrity spokesperson.
These five videos exemplify some of the most important ethical, habitat and climate change topics that cannot go unchallenged.
By Alex Chalupa