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Earth Protect Newsletter: November 4

Creating a Prosperous Future - ACT NOW
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We can create a prosperous future that provides food, water and energy for the 10 billion people that are expected by 2050.  But to avoid dangerous climate change and achieve sustainable development we need to embed a fundamental reality into the way we think about our economies, business models and lifestyles: All our endeavors must recognize that the Earth's natural capital is finite.

Five recommendations you can endorse: 

  • Preserve the Earth's biodiversity and restore key ecological processes necessary for food, water and energy security, as well as climate change resilience and adaptation.
  • Make production systems that lower humanity's ecological footprint to within the limits of the Earth's carrying capacity. This entails significant reductions in the use of land, water, energy and other natural resources.
  • Make global consumption patterns conform to the Earth's biocapacity.
  • Stop the short term profit focused thinking that leads to over-exploitation of resources and to the destruction of ecosystems. See the very significant long-term benefits of protecting natural capital.
  • Establish equitable resource governance to shrink and share our resource use so that it conforms to the Earth's regenerative capacity. In addition, sustainable efforts should be made to promote health and education, as well as improve access to food, water and energy. Finally, we need a new definition of well-being and success that includes personal, societal and environmental health.
Source WWF's Living Planet Report (LPR) 

VIDEO - Global Citizen

What makes a Global Citizen?
As Global Citizens, we stand against the greatest injustice of our time: extreme poverty. Because we know that a world that deprives 1.3 billion people of their basic rights and opportunities is unjust, and unacceptable. 
watch the video here...

Announcement: Earth Protect Welcomes Jim McVey, New Advisory Council Member

Dr. Jim McVey, Vice President of Research and Operations, Indigo Seafood, a seafood production company dedicated to certified, quality products and ecosystem health.

He continues to work with NOAA on special assignments to Indonesia and Korea. He is also Director of Research and Education/Government Relations for the Gulf Coast Marine Life Center, a new aquaculture company in Destin, Florida wishing to build a hatchery and Aquarium for the Gulf Coast.

Dr. McVey is retired from a long career with NOAA as Program Director for Aquaculture for the National Sea Grant College program.
read more about Jim here...

Touch the Wall

We honor and Congratulate one of Earth Protect's own: Grant Barbeito's new feature length documentary about Missy Franklin and Kara Lynn Joyce's Olympic Swimming Triumphs and Tribulations, premieres November 15th at the Starz Film Festival in Denver, CO.

Grant is Earth Protect's Founder, Vice President and Creative Director.

Learn more and see the trailer at

Dick Franklin, Earth Protect's Board Treasurer, is responsible quite directly for this film being possible, he is Missy's Father. Thanks Dick for raising such an amazing Daughter. 

Michele Finn, member of Earth Protect's Advisory Council, is Kara Lynn's cousin, so congrats to Michelle also. 
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