The ocean is our planet’s life support system. It is the provider of food, recreation, transport and even the oxygen we breathe – and to lose this is too big a cost. Protecting the oceans, and us with them, requires understanding the problems, identifying the solutions and taking action.
Protecting the environment requires large-scale actions but also simple everyday actions. So it’s about learning to develop new habits and taking care of ourselves so we can act.
First, we need to identify what actions could help us reduce our ecological footprints. Once we know what to do, it is time to take action. Unfortunately, it can be challenging for most of us to get to act and change our habits.
The key component to be able to take any actions is YOU: it is your thoughts and emotions. To be able to take any action, it requires before hand a thought and an emotion. If you think that it is complicated to set up a compost at home, you may feel discouraged and this will prevent you from taking action and having the life that you really want.
Here, you will therefore learn what you can do to make things happen and how to hack your brain and take all the important actions for you, for others, and for the world.