We are bombarded by the media, and by other people’s ideas, about the ideal way to be. How we should live and what we have a right to expect is continually surrounding us through advertisements. This is because someone has an agenda and usually wants to sell us something. The subliminal messages are subtle, persuasive and persistent.
As an investor, how can I help sustain the earth? I call it sustainable investing. It is simply investing in companies whose products or services promote the sustainability of the planet. Companies providing technology for renewable energy is a perfect example. In particular, I will talk about solar companies in this post.
Although that is a possible threat, we still couldn’t ignore the fact that hydropower energy is indeed one of the best alternative sources of energy that we have.
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In order to do more than just barely survive, first we have to simplify our lives. We must learn to need and want less. We can learn to get our enjoyment and entertainment from lower cost or free sustainable sources. We live in a time of unbelievable over consumption of all kinds of goods, including expensive food from all over the world. We will need to rely on local products and local food sources. Part of the change that will be coming has to do with the transportation of goods across the world. We will see that slow way down and goods from far away will be extremely expensive. At least until new power supplier sources are implemented that change the cost and environmental damage from worldwide transportation of goods.
In order to meet this demand, we will have to focus on research and then development of energy technologies that are not only sustainable, but profitable.
A chicken coop would give them everything from free meat and eggs, to fertilizer for their garden and an extra source of income to add in with the income from their garden surplus. Barbara was on her way home from working a job. Could this be why she was so insistent on Tom building a chicken coop?