the Hunt for Truth


Well over a billion people around the world are expected to join in at an Earth Day event or activity on April 22, 2014. This is the 44th anniversary of the annual day of action. Earth Day began in 1970, when 20 million people across the United States—that’s one in ten—rallied for increased protection of the environment. How about you? If you aren’t aware of how to participate in Earth Day, here is a link:Google



If we would be willing to do this we would save the life of our planetOur planet is at a turning point. The massive global migration underway now from countryside to cities will demand huge investments in energy, water, materials, waste, food distribution, and transportation over the next 25 years. If the right investments are made now, this unique opportunity will be the catalyst for dramatic changes in the built environment and the fight against carbon emissions and climate change.

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