self sustainability food ,power and wealth control

  • self sustainability food ,power and wealth control

    Posted by noosasolargmail-com on February 16, 2023 at 1:03 pm

    Welcome to our forum on the topic of self-sustainability, particularly with regards to food, power, and wealth control. This is an important topic that touches on many aspects of our lives, including our health, our impact on the environment, and our economic well-being.

    When it comes to self-sustainability, one of the most important aspects is food. Many people are becoming increasingly concerned about the environmental impact of industrial agriculture and the potential health risks associated with processed foods. By growing our own food or supporting local, sustainable agriculture, we can reduce our environmental impact, improve our health, and take more control over what we eat.

    Another important aspect of self-sustainability is power. This can mean many things, from generating our own electricity to reducing our reliance on non-renewable energy sources. Solar panels, wind turbines, and other forms of renewable energy can provide a reliable source of power while reducing our impact on the environment. Additionally, by reducing our energy consumption, we can save money and improve our economic well-being.

    Finally, wealth control is an essential part of self-sustainability. By living within our means, reducing debt, and investing in assets that appreciate in value, we can build wealth and take control of our financial futures. This can include investing in real estate, starting a small business, or simply living frugally and saving money for the future.

    In summary, self-sustainability is an essential part of a healthy, happy, and fulfilling life. By taking control of our food, power, and wealth, we can reduce our impact on the environment, improve our health, and build a more secure financial future. Let’s continue this conversation and share our experiences and insights on how we can live more self-sustainable lives.

    Great! Here are some potential topics related to self-sustainability that we could discuss:

    1. Tips and tricks for growing your own food, whether you have a large backyard or just a few potted plants on a balcony.

    2. Ways to reduce your reliance on non-renewable energy sources, such as installing solar panels or using public transportation instead of driving.

    3. The benefits of eating locally grown, sustainable foods and supporting small-scale farmers and food producers.

    4. Strategies for reducing your energy consumption, from turning off lights when you leave a room to installing energy-efficient appliances.

    5. The importance of investing in assets that appreciate in value over time, such as real estate, stocks, or small businesses.

    6. Innovative approaches to sustainability, such as regenerative agriculture, carbon farming, or closed-loop systems.

    7. How to live a more frugal, minimalist lifestyle, and the benefits of doing so for both your finances and the environment.

    8. The role of community in self-sustainability, from sharing resources with neighbors to participating in local food co-ops or energy cooperatives.

    9. The intersection of self-sustainability with social justice and environmentalism, and the importance of addressing systemic inequalities in our quest for a more sustainable future.

    10. Ways to educate and inspire others to live more self-sustainable lives, from starting a blog or social media channel to participating in local advocacy or educational initiatives.

    morag-janet-of-the-hill-family replied 7 months, 1 week ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • lulu

    Member
    July 23, 2023 at 7:05 pm

    Hi, I want to talk about this. Lets start…. I really enjoy the entire skill set of self-sustainability and sharing the concept. I work hard at home to be self-sustaining in the material things that I use and consume, and I attempt to be self-sustaining in a physically emotional way as well, where the idea is to minimise any negative effect I may unintentionally have on others. Joining SE is my first step into self-sustainability in terms of being able to defend my position when being attacked by malignant entities. As Big Kev used to say, I’m excited!!!

    • morag-janet-of-the-hill-family

      Member
      July 24, 2023 at 10:22 am

      Welcome and may you get a more diverse skill set from the things you learn on here 🙂