Act

Knowledge and convictions are of little consequence unless acted upon

When faced with dire projections about the future of our planet, circumstances can overwhelm and, quite often, some variation of the phrase “Why bother — what’s the point?” becomes an all-too-common default.

But with so much at stake, inaction should never be an option. Instead, false presumptions of helplessness can lead to a series of revelations that can compel us to grow into more impressive people with higher standards for ourselves, our behavior, and instill in us a greater appreciation of our responsibility to others, and to all life.

With the knowledge of an imminent danger or injustice comes a moral obligation for EcoSanity to expose and oppose it.