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Review for Environmental Defense Fund Incorporated, New York, NY, USA

Rating: 3 stars  

Everyone is always looking for a way to get a head in this world, whether to do better for ourselves or to do better for our families. However people need to learn or remember that our natural resources are finite they will not last forever at the pace we are consuming these resources our race will come to an end in century or two. If we want a better tomorrow for ourselves and our families we need to take it upon ourselves now to look around at what we are doing to this planet, and we need to change our ways, it can't be me, me, me, anymore we need to look at the bigger picture, we need to learn to care more about our home and what we can do to save it for ourselves and for our childrens sake. I think that the EDF is a great place to start. Like the journey of a thousand miles, it all begins with taking that first step, my only hope is that as a race more people will become more aware and understand that we need to start doing more than just recycling our cans and newspapers. We need to understand that fresh drinking water is a resource we are in jeapordy of using up, and that edible food from crops to other animals is just as much in jeaporady. And though it may sound corny using a line from a Disney movie, it is true there is a circle of life, all living things are connected, you destroy one group it affects the whole whether we see it of not. My only hope is that we as a species learn this before it's to late to do anything about it.

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Role:  Volunteer