The only way out is IN! The novel Covid-19 is mother nature’s wake-up call to the complacent civilised human civilisation!
(Stay at home while other vulnerable species are out)
Never before we have faced single common invisible tiny little enemy that made our lives stand still. Seems like the 1918 flu pandemic is a sudden spectre in our lives and the novel virus that keeps us contained in our homes—maybe for months—is already reorienting our relationship to the outside world, even to each other. #socialdistancing
The wealth we’ve accumulated – often at the expense of others – has shielded us from reality. Buying and consuming more than we need means that others may be left without,” While the deadly novel coronavirus continues to spread globally, we all are bracing for an unpredictable social, economic and health impacts. Apart from stockpiling healthy, flavorful meals during a coronavirus quarantine let’s start considering climate change and global pandemic seriously and how we can upgrade our lifestyle for a better sustainable world while quarantining at home, So that after this deadly Covid19 pandemic, we all will have a harmonious equal shared earth for all the species not just us! Or else again the deadly fight would popped up not because of silly fights over toilet paper 🧻 but serious fights over food and drinking water. How will we feed ourselves? Fights over toilet paper are silly enough: We hope we never have to witness fights over food & water.
While #selfquarantine Investing on mitigating and adapting to both pandemic and climate change risks on earth! Let’s understand how much our lifestyle including outfits, infrastructure, travels impact on earth’s resources. We should aware about, how much energy & water, it consumes before we buy and use them . How much it consumes in making, how much water left with us on earth. For instance Fast fashion makes shopping more affordable, but it comes at an environmental cost. The fashion industry is now the second-largest generator of pollution on Earth after the oil industry. There are travel, real-estate, film, transportation industries and so on. Enough evidences showing how climate breakdown is likely to affect our food supply.
Recent 2019 – 2020 Australia bushfire that engulfed approximately 18,636,079 hectares (46,050,750 acres) of forest. It’s been estimated that around 1.25 billion animals have been killed across Australia to date.. Koalas are in serious decline suffering from the effects of habitat destruction, domestic dog attacks, bushfires and road accidents. Almost thousands of koalas and other iconic species such as kangaroos, wallabies, kookaburras, cockatoos and honeyeaters burnt alive, and many thousands more injured and homeless. Can we save them , can we save our wildlife, flora and fauna! Now this deadly covid19 pandemic. Now the membrane has ruptured, and we find ourselves naked and outraged. Temptation, when this pandemic will pass, we will be ready for another bubble burst. We cannot afford to succumb to it next. From now on, we should all expose our minds to the painful realities we have denied about risks associated because of our selfish actions on planet earth for too long. We have been living in a bubble, a bubble of false comfort and denial that is about to burst in a bigger way much larger than this deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
“Why” we have started this initiative?
Social and environmental awareness through Art: Mental health awareness through Art of harmony living.