A really big and global issue
The earth is dying, as we know it. To date, we are burning fossil fuels at an alarming rate and the amount of wastes being generated by every household all over the world is just too overwhelming. Cars and factories are two dominant causes of air and water pollution respectively, and people are just too careless when it comes to waste disposal. The bitter reality here is that no matter how big the issue of global warming is, people are never really aware of the constant threats of a dying earth and a polluted environment.
Years from now
We may not be seeing the effects of global warming and pollution at this very moment, but within the next few decades or centuries, we could be looking at a post-apocalyptic earth that we could only imagine in movies; lifeless oceans, barren forests, dark and dirty air, and infertile lands are probably worse than a nuclear winter or apocalypse. The fate of Mother Nature lies in our hands and it is up to us to drive environmental awareness campaigns that will help protect the health of Mother Nature and ensure its longevity.
Reaching out on a digital level
With all the advancements made in communication and media, it’s kind of impossible to get the word out all over the world. We can rely on powerful dedicated server hosting to build websites and blogs or host videos about protecting the environment.
Can anybody reach out and send a message of awareness to billions of people around the world? You bet your clean house, you can! Here’s how:
1.) Create a blog or website – In order to reach out to a global audience, why not start with your own website or blog dedicated to promoting environmental awareness? It’s easy to get started in creating your blog and/or website, and it shouldn’t cost you more than a hundred dollars a year on hosting and domain fees.
2.) Create powerful content – Your blog is useless without powerful content. Why not write intriguing articles, heart-warming videos, or beautiful songs about the environment, Mother Nature, and so on. It’s time to put your creativity to the test. Do you know of any local environmentalists within your area? Set-up an interview in order to get some cold hard facts that you can share on your blog.
3.) Share to your friends and family – There’s no point of keeping a blog or website if you don’t share it with your friends and family. When you do share it, encourage them to pay it forward or share to people they know. That way, you are building a huge web of awareness within your area and soon it will grow on its own.
It’s easy to start a campaign, but it takes a lot of hard work to keep the ball rolling. After all, it is our prime responsibility as inhabitants of this planet to take care of Mother Nature.