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by Home2009 on 12 March 2013EN
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We are living in exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution of the Earth's climate. The stakes are high for us and our children.

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Solar thermoelectric power station, Spain

Everything on Earth is linked, and the Earth is linked to the sun, its original energy source.
Can humans not imitate plants and capture its energy?
In one hour, the sun gives the Earth the same amount of energy as that consumed by all humanity in one year.
As long as the Earth exists, the sun's energy will be inexhaustible.

37.440372°, -6.254871°

Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

5,000 people live in the world's first ever eco-friendly district in Freiburg, Germany.
Other cities partner the project.

47.974907°, 7.829813°

Svartsengi Geothermal Power Plant, Iceland

I have seen, in Iceland, an electricity plant powered by the Earth's heat.
Geothermal power.

63.878635°, -22.433554°

Feedlot near Bakersfield, California, United State

The more a country develops, the more meat its inhabitants consume.
How can growing worldwide demand be satisfied without recourse to concentration camp-style cattle farms?

36.306400°, -120.266792°

Malé Island, Maldives

Sea levels are rising.
Water expanding as it gets warmer caused, in the 20th century alone, a rise of 20 centimeters.
Everything becomes unstable.
Coral reefs are extremely sensitive to the slightest change in water temperature.
30% have disappeared.

4.174199°, 73.510918°

Moshav farm at Nahalal, Israel

Israel turned the desert into arable land.
Even though these hothouses are now irrigated drop by drop, water consumption continues to increase along with exports.

32.690041°, 35.196655°

Permafrost in Siberia, Russia

Here in Siberia, and elsewhere across the globe, it is so cold that the ground is constantly frozen.
It's known as permafrost.
Under its surface lies a climatic time-bomb.

73.174698°, 99.723999°

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