- Location: NY
- Marching Since: August 08, 2006
We at Me&Ro fully believe in our moral responsibility to the world around us. We must respect Mother Nature and pledge to do everything in our power to ensure her safety for our survival and the survival of every living dependant on our planet. Sometimes it’s the small things that make the biggest difference, and sometimes taking small steps can lead to even bigger changes.
Acknowledging the destructive consequences of our actions, we must face the realities we know. Global warming has and will continue to negatively impact the Earth¹s habitats and ecosystems.
A small change in temperature will have a large impact on our environment and the ecosystems that surround us at an exponential rate of destruction. It is imperative to secure the natural habitats for all plants and animals. We must protect the diverse life on Earth by preserving the lands and waters we all need for survival.
With our consciousness we have the capability and capacity to facilitate the reduction of greenhouse gasses and reduce emissions to counteract current repercussions vis-à-vis ecological disturbances such as increased storms, stronger hurricanes, and tornado frequency. We are endangering what we know as our habitat, and will negatively impact many living things beyond our comprehension at a rate far exceeding anything imaginable if we continue to ignore the facts.
Me&Ro implores you to join us in this plight. Love Mother Nature as your own. Unite and stand strong for the betterment of our planet. Nurture nature and protect all living things. By means of new technology, energy efficient machinery, renewable energy, recycling responsibility, transportation consciousness and through many other measures, you can help to reverse this imminent doom. It is our moral responsibility to do everything in our power before it is too late.
Pledge to preserve and protect Mother Nature, love and embrace her, keep her clean for her sake and your survival. Please join us on the Stop Global Warming Virtual March.