Why We Cannot Save The Planet.

After 20-something days of really trying to be good to our Mother Nature and Planet Earth, I conclude with deep sorrow and disappointment that, without global increase in lifestyle standards and behavioural interventions or social policy changes, we simply cannot save the Planet.

It seems that the easier, more available or promoted option is almost always bad for the environment.

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Business Psychologist, Life Coach & NLP Practitioner, 200hr Yoga Teacher. A firm believer that we can all be better than ‘ok’, in every area of our lives.

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Business Psychologist, Life Coach & NLP Practitioner, 200hr Yoga Teacher. A firm believer that we can all be better than ‘ok’, in every area of our lives.

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