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Your World Is What You Make It



Have you ever thought about how a product you're selling is made? Have you ever really thought about what materials are used? Have you thought about what these materials take from the Earth and/or or put into the Earth? Do you really care?

You need to.

By the time you finish reading this page you'll have access to information dealing with such issues as:

Understanding the current climate regarding environmental concerns
Learning how things are changing
Knowing what you can do

Discover what successful people do to help the environment. There have always been people who have been aware of and involved with environmental concerns.

It's because of their beliefs, determination and perseverance that today, many more people are at least beginning to realize the importance of environmental concerns.

We're seeing a general movement towards a better understanding of just how fragile the Earth's environment really is. Not as quickly as we desire, but then, any change takes time.

The demand for a better world There is a "demand" to develop new ways to better conditions in the world at large and the world of work.

There's a steadily growing movement to do whatever can be done to undo the harm that's been done to the Earth and its life. And, even more importantly, to create and take steps to make sure there's no further harm done.

But again, it takes time and making new regulations more often than not, can be quite expensive. So it also takes money.

Watch, listen and learn You read and hear about it everywhere. In the newspapers and magazines. On the radio and TV every day.

How toxins are being dumped into our rivers and streams. How pollution is destroying the ozone layer. How animals are being tortured in the name of research. And the list goes on ...

One of the reasons some companies have done so much damage is because their ways were so "cost effective".

Meaning they did whatever cost them the least amount of money, often without caring what the cost was be in other ways, then or later.

But - There is good news.

Changes People in the world at large are learning to be aware and care about abuses. And they're putting pressure on the government to do something(s) about them.

Our government is a "freely elected" entity, which works for and by "we the people". Therefore - It's up to us, "we the people", to make sure we elect people into government positions who are aware and who care to stop these abuses.

And there is ongoing pressure on those who are in positions to create and enforce new laws to represent the cares of the people. There has been and will continue to be change to improve the laws about environmental concerns.

Thankfully, this is especially true about how business is done in the work world today.

The Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA), to name one, is an organization that has played a major part in creating and enforcing governmental guidelines in the work world.

What you can do Whether you're conducting a job search or starting a business, re-examine your own beliefs about environmental concerns.

Then do all you can to make sure you're making and/or selling a product or service that's in the best interest of environmental concerns. And that you're going to work for an industry/field that not only follows the laws, but really cares about environmental concerns.

Bottom line ... Remember to view yourself in the larger sense - in the world at large.

And that what you do to this world, you do not only to yourself, but to those who come after you.



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