1: Sustainability On The Rise | Between 8,000 to 10,000 years ago Sustainability started in the Agrarian communities. | The Western Industrial Revolution of the 17th to 19th centuries got into the wide range growth potential of the energy in fossil fuels. | Problems of Sustainability became known around the world in the late 20th century. Energy crises showed the expansion to which global community had become defenseless on non-renewable energy resources in 1973 and 1979.
2: Sustainable Agriculture | Sustainable Agriculture is a way of raising food that is healthy for consumers and animals, does not harm the environment, is humane for workers, respect animals, provides a fair wage to the farmer, and supports and enhances rural communities. | Three main goals: Environmental Health, Economic Profitability, and Social and Economic Equity | Sustainable Agriculture is very important and is more a way of life than a law.
3: Bubbleponics | The World's first continuous plant feeding systems. Bubbleponics is a hybrid design that takes the best from both world's of the bubbler and drip systems. Since the nutrients mix is highly oxygenated. Bubbleponics converts its drip function to constant feed and flow directly to the inner roots. | Without needed to take breaks to allow the root base to drain and absorb oxygen, plants in the Bubbleponics System are able to deliver unparalleled growth.
4: Aquaponics | Sustainable Aquaponics is a new approach to food production using fish and plants. Also in the process you don't need any chemicals. | You can make an aquaponics farm in your house and backyard. | In this process you don't need any fertilizer. There's no weeds to be pulled from your product(s). Water is actually being recycled in this process by the fish and plants. | Aquaponics is said to have started back when Aztecs discovered Chianpas which is where crops are cultivated on islands using water and mud from fish ponds.
5: Sustainable Problems/Issues: | 1.3 billion without access to clean water. About half of humanity lacking assess to acceptable to sanitation and living on less than two dollars a day. Approximately 2billion without access to electricity. Climate Change Health & Environment Sustainable Communities Capacity for Sustainability (e.g. innovative alliances; percentage o national budget for sustainability enhancement.) Sustainable Work Measuring Sustainability (includes the ecological footprint) Social Cohesion
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7: The World Is In Our Hands...