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What is the value of a Tree, an Animal, or a Human?
The trees we live among are more than just beautiful... The shade of a tree provides comfort and shelter during a hot summer.
Check out what Professor T.M.Das of the University of Calcutta has to say about trees.
Trees are directly connected to humans and animals. Without trees and other plants; humans (and animals) could not live. This is because humans breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide. The wood from a tree is essential for human development and planting trees in your neighborhood can be very useful for increasing your home’s value. Tree branches break the cold winter and can actually lower the heating costs. Trees provide food and home for wildlife too.
Trees are worth our effort because in the end we benefit from having more trees.
How much do you think an animal’s life is worth? What is the value of a human life? Hard to quantify but I’m pretty sure it is a lot and no life should be taken for granted no matter how small it is because it plays a role on Earth otherwise it wouldn't exist.
Conclusion: We depend on each other. Anything that inhabits planet Earth: human beings, animals, and plants - are here to contribute, each in its own unique way, to the beauty and prosperity of the world.
WHY CUTE BRANDS EXISTS?
WE WANT TO HELP PEOPLE CONNECT WITH EACH OTHER, WITH ANIMALS, AND WITH THE ENVIRONMENT. IT’S THIS ECOLOGICAL INTERCONNECTEDNESS THAT WE HOPE OUR CUTE AND HAPPY CHARACTERS CAN BRING TO THE WORLD TO HELP MAKE IT A BETTER PLACE!
Let’s help save planet Earth with hugs, and being Cute and Happy! Let’s make a promise to start today to create real change so that everyone can learn to live in peaceful co-existence with each other, the planet, and all its cute animal friends.
Earth Day is your day because Earth is our home. Its ecological balance is so delicate. The climate is changing and we need to remember to take care of our planet so it can take care of us. We all need clean air, clean water, and to live in harmony with each other and the environment. So remember - Respect, Protect, and Conserve the Planet today for yourself and for future generations!
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Here’s a greatQUOTE FROM BUDDHA:
"Understanding unity helps to solve humanity's biggest challenges. There is no such thing as an isolated problem. By injuring any part of the world's system, you injure yourself. There is no such thing as a win/lose situation. Think of life on this planet in terms of systems and not detached elements. Broaden your field of vision and assimilate the knowledge you have. See that the environment does not belong to any single country to exploit and then disregard. You cannot afford to think of your relationship with the earth as a one-night stand. There's no such thing as a free glass of milk. It's time to buy the cow." –Buddha
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Pandas and Bamboo are the perfect combo to create fuel! Pandas eat so much bamboo that their poo is almost completely made out of bamboo fibers which makes it easy to burn as a fuel source = giving us PANDA POWER! The Beauval zoo in France announced it would build a facility that would process the dung of Yuan Zi and Huan Huan ("Chubby" and "Happy" in Chinese) and of other animals, as well as plant matter, to produce biogas that will then be turned into heat and electricity. The plant, which will cost 2.3 million euros ($3 million) and is expected to be operative in the spring of 2014.
Some of the energy produced will be used to keep gorillas and manatees -- also known as sea cows -- warm in their pens, and to heat the building that houses elephants in the winter, allowing a 40 percent saving on the gas bill. The rest will be transformed into electricity and sold to French power giant EDF. "This initiative is a perfect fit in the policy of sustainable development that we have been applying for a long time," said Delphine Delord, spokeswoman for the zoo.
Bamboo is a wonder plant with many useful benefits. Bamboo provides food for humans as well as pandas and can also be used to feed livestock. Bamboo can be grown on every continent except Antarctica. Bamboo is very eco-friendly as a fuel source because it is one of the world's fastest-growing plants. Some species can grow nearly four feet in a day!
Pandas are an endangered species and only about 1,600 remain in the wild in China. Some 300 others are in captivity worldwide -- mostly in China, but also in 15 foreign zoos where they are sent as part of Beijing's efforts to use soft power to boost its image, the so-called "panda diplomacy." They eat 35 kilos (78 pounds) of bamboo a day and defecate about 30 kilos a day, making them prime candidates for this green initiative.
Happy Chinese New Year! Baby Pandas Go Wild At Giant Panda Carnival!
A Giant Panda Festival is taking place in Chengdu, the capital of China's Sichuan Province, and humans are allowed to attend as well.
This annual carnival marks the Lunar New Year, and celebrates China's most adorable icon.
A giant panda reserve in Chengdu has a lucky seven cute panda cubs. The playful toddlers are drawing visitors during the New Years celebration, even inspiring a little twist to some traditional Chinese arts.
Panda inspired calligraphy, paper cutting, and even the renowned face-changing acts of Peking Opera were there.
For those with a sweet tooth, there will be panda sugar painting and sculpting, as well as a few educational lectures. But beware, there are the occasional panda imposters.
On Wednesday, one of the highlights was the weighing of the rough-and-tumble half-year old twins, Cheng Shuang and Cheng Dui. At the weigh in, the sneaky cubs even tried to eat the scale.
And panda’s don’t mind packing on the pounds. Reserve employees report the twins are a very healthy size. Only three ounces at birth, half a year later, they are now up to over 37 pounds.
Best of all, the profits from all the pandamonium are going straight back to the adorable animals for panda research and protection.