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Declaration of the Rights of
Mother Earth

From World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth,Cochabamba, Bolivia, 22 April – Earth Day 2010.

We, the peoples and nations of Earth:considering that we are all part of Mother Earth, an indivisible, living community of interrelated and interdependent beings with a common destiny


Because we know that the ability to sustain life (sustainability)

comes from the capacity to CREATE, we appreciate all living creatures for their amazing existence. Yet we need to love and care for our artist, who are the spearheads of

all civilizations; past, present and future.  

“Every artist, every scientist, every writer must decide now where he stands. He has no alternative. There is no standing above the conflict on Olympian heights. There are no impartial observers. The battle front is everywhere. There is no sheltered rear.

The artist must take sides. He must elect to fight for freedom or for slavery. I have made my choice. I had no alternative. The history of this era is characterized by the degradation of my people. Despoiled of their lands, their culture destroyed, they are in every country save one denied equal protection of the law, and deprived of the rightful place in the respect of their fellows.

Again I say, the true artist cannot hold himself aloof. The legacy of culture from our predecessor is in danger. It is the foundation upon which we build a still more lofty edifice. It belongs not only to us, only to the present generation – it belongs to posterity- and must be defended to death”

Paul Robeson

Build Sustainable Projects
Types of sustainable buildings
Tasks to reduce obsolesce
Hand powered drilling tools
Electric Velomobiles: as Fast and Comfortable as Automobiles,but 80 times more Efficient
Pedal powered farms and factories:
the forgotten future of the stationary bicycle
Heat your House with a Mechanical Windmill


​Fruit Trenches: Cultivating Subtropical Plants in Freezing Temperatures

Fruit Walls: Urban Farming in the 1600s
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