This is one of the first photos of Earth taken from the moon (1968), showing how beautiful our blue planet is. We’ve been advocating sustainability of life and nature within the Earth for some time now… but for this day I want to draw some attention to outer Earth this time, and give a quick example on what’s happening just outside of our world!
So it is also time to think about space debris…
Note: Illustration by European Space Agency on amount of space junk accumulating since the first space program (1957).
After reading Enlightenment Now by Steven Pinker and Factfulness by Roslings, have now become aware of more good news:
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99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2018
AI, human capital, innovation across value chain, customization, big data analytics, agility are among key factors of ‘lighthouse manufacturers’ of the Fourth Industrial Revolution contributing to a cleaner world through new levels of resource efficiency – McKinsey & Company, World Economic Forum
New technology, from solar planes to WaveSpotters, is propelling the world toward a renewable energy revolution.
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