Guide to Conservation : Thanks Jane Goodall!

I recently got a subscription to the amazing classes on the Masterclass service, and immediately started Jane Goodall’s class on conservation. She was powerful and passionate. Her words impacted your heart and your mind. However, it was more than just her words that got to me. She offered so many resources and insights into how to help conservations efforts no matter where you are. In a city or in the jungles, there is something everybody can do to help the environment. Pandemic or no pandemic. She made it easy, and I am going to make it easy for you too. I am going to share with you the resources she shared with me.

Anthropomorphic: We Feel Like Animals?

Who in the world believes that animals are able to understand us? And not with limited speech commands, but on an emotional or deeper level. We see videos of animals mourning the loss of a beloved trainer or friend. They become attached to certain items that carry value to them. I even have moments where I think my little 10 pound dog is a doggy psychic cause she comes and cuddles me when I am upset at a show or locates her human friends that she misses in a group of people. So can Belle feel human emotions or have human like traits?

Climate Crisis: Is Doomsday Upon Us?

Every day we are seeing more and more evidence of climate change happening before our eyes. We see videos of the floating garbage islands in the ocean that is as large as a small city. The United Nations have written several reports stating that if major changes do not occur then these changes are irreversible. Based on that we see and hear, one would think we may never escape our own creation of dooms. So, TED Talk decided to invite speakers to explore how we can save our planet and if we can do it in time in Climate Crisis. 

Remember the teenager that started the world-wide protest for climate change? Greta Thunberg is the first speaker to talk about climate change.