Do you do anything to make a difference on our planet earth?

Indonesia
November 5, 2011 8:45am CST
I have ever read a saying that it's never too late to make a difference. The earth with its content like trees, animal and other resources get shortage by Human being exploitation sense. Trees are reduced every day, animal get extinct and earth got dried and warmer. To present this condition, what we should supposed to do to make a difference? Do you do anything to make a difference for our continuity life here on the earth ?
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8 responses
@jdex_143 (1094)
• Philippines
7 Nov 11
Hello, there! Last Sunday, I went with my co employees for a coastal clean-up.. It's really a nice feeling to have done something for the earth. It's true, the earth is now dying.. And it's scary. I hope everybody will help save the earth. Personally, as much as possible, I consume a little of water and electricity. Even though it's just a small act, I believe that I have helped mother earth. I also throw my garbages in the proper disposal. I hope everybody will go hand on hand in helping the earth. For our survival and for the survival of the future generation.
• Indonesia
7 Nov 11
Yeah. we have to save our planet from the destruction hand in hand. I hope we're really no too late to make a difference. Thank you anyway for joining in mylot. Happy Mylotting.
@ardoy0731 (6865)
• Philippines
6 Nov 11
We can make difference in our own little ways like not polluting our environment,reuse reduce and recycle,take care of our Mother nature.Early prevention is better than cure.
• Indonesia
6 Nov 11
I was totally agreed with you that early prevention is better than cure. Thanks to join MyLot, Good Luck. GBU
• Philippines
6 Nov 11
Hi,our invironmet will change if there is good change.like take care the sorroundings,keep it clean avoid things like to poison us and etc..
• Indonesia
6 Nov 11
Hi too, The change will not happen if we don't take any action. I agree with you that we have to take car our surrounding and keep our environment clean from waste and poison.
• Canada
6 Nov 11
Well, at the moment, I am too busy to actually do something that can significantly impact the current state of the planet. However, by doing little things like, not littering, using a reusable water container, and turning off the car and not idling for air condition, are the only things I can actually do. If people, reply on this discussion saying that global warming, etc doesn't exist, here's what they actually mean. YES it doesn't exist, and it is a planet's cycle, but we HUMANS, who are independent of the planet when it comes to activity, are amplifying the changes, therefore, something is that is suppose to occur in a millennium is now occurring in a century etc.
• Indonesia
6 Nov 11
Yes, people who say that global warming does not exist, they are the ones who does not care about what we were facing in the past and will be facing the future, and they are gonna be the person on the first row of a global warming victim because of our stupidity.
• Malawi
5 Nov 11
I join several campaigns to bring back what has been lost. Nature is the good thing to have
• Indonesia
6 Nov 11
That's a good idea. I like it.
• Canada
5 Nov 11
We all are responsible in some way or other for what ever happens around us. I try to conserve energy by using power saver light bulbs and electonic equipments. Try to save water and use leftover water from kitchen or bottled water to water my plants etc. I guess everylittle bit counts in saving our earth so it doesn't matter to me how big or small my contribution is but trying is what matters for me.
• Indonesia
6 Nov 11
I really appreciate people who cared about environment. We have start making a different before it's really too late. I knew that people can't change the whole cycle of the earth warm but at least we can minimize this bad condition. Let's make a difference. Thank you.
@buddha3 (1029)
• India
5 Nov 11
Some arguments are that global warming is not due to pollution or clearing of forests. It has been happening since the formation of earth! Warming, cooling are natural processes that occur time to time. But that just doesn't mean we should cut the trees and finish all resources on earth. What will we live on then? Can we eat cement and concrete? These stupid arguments of scientists are misleading and even if they are true by any chance it should not mean that we can exploit our resources and Mother Earth.
• Indonesia
6 Nov 11
Yeah, yes we can't do that. I saw a documentary film of the Planet Earth, there are huge digging process happening right away across the planet and the amount are not only hundreds but there are also thousand that spread across the planet and they won't last for only one generation, but their exploitation will be for good and you can imagine how huge of a problem we have created of our mess, just because we had to fulfill the demand of human beings need. That's odd
@ceasar09 (442)
• Philippines
5 Nov 11
Its true that because of what we do the population of different species and types of plants and animals becomes lesser and lesser and to the point they become extinct and also as the effects of human doings the world become drier and experiencing a great drought. For me to make a difference to our world i usually plant trees to our backyard and avoid burning things/waste but this only contribute small things to prevent the alarming issues but it may serve as a model to others. I also join government programs to serve our earth such as tree planting, coastal cleaning etc.. We can still lessen the effects of Global Warming and will help the next generation to see and appreciate the beauty of Planet Earth. =)
• Indonesia
6 Nov 11
Hi ceasar, I also ever were contributed in a tree planting program by the local government here in my country and I really enjoyed being one of them who just gave a small portion of examples to make the earth a better place to live. I was proud to people who really do care about the environment. We must start from small thing like you did planting trees in our back yard, but for me it does not matter how small our participation was, but they were so meant a lot to our next generation. Good Job and keep it up.