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A sustainable solution for the global crisis


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The only sustainable solution to the economic crisis is to democratically plan production according to our needs, harmoniously with earth. Resources could be pooled together and planned on a global scale. There is no solution under the economic anarchy of capitalism.

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We all want to affect the well being of the earth. A global crisis involves everyone working together at once. Unfortunately few of us have more than our voices to add to a global effort. But what we can do is start small making sure our way of life caters to that end. We need to think about all the products we use and try to find a way to not only reduce the waste but use sustainable resources to get the daily basics we need. This can be done by researching and purchasing products development and distribution. We are talking products that stem from health to cleaning products and even the daily things we use like toothpaste shampoo and deoderant. There are truly green products out there if you look. So start at home and we can all build from there. Share what you find with others and you could help start a trend that leads to global effects. the key is to start with what you have controll over and not stress over the things you can't. Just do your part every day.

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