….wild is the wind…creative freedom is the seed….
2012: Is it getting any better by COP17? We must stand firm. ♥ I’ve been ranting since COP15! I would like to hear about Climate Change from the farmers whose lands were appropriated in Mainland China, from those having to deal with extreme pollution in all the huge cities of China, NGOs from the Pearl River Delta? Not governnment approved ones but real ones from the grassroot. Let people speak the truth?
This is an article I wrote for Klimaforum’09 during COP15, United Nations Climate Change Sumit in Copenhagen.
The original is located at this link on the Klimaforum website:
Cecilia is a Hong Kong Chinese-Australian Social Entreprneur, Artist, Directors of NGO in Africa, South Ameria, Asia and California who really really likes to "tell it how it is", having travelled to over 40 countries around the world & seen some interesting things every so often.
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I like my steak, but let me tell you this:those veggies are pretty darn good by themselves if you’re eating them with the people you love and steak leaves a much higher carbon footprint so you are not doing any good for the future of people you care for so switch to other kinds of meat. Make a chicken pen, With a little sand, rocks, cement and the right containers, you can make your own. You cannot do that with a cow.
Serena, other people told me this as well. But seriously, do you expect me to wring the neck of a chicken?
I don’t think that is humanly possible for me. I like animals and if I see them from when they were little growing up, there is no way this will happen…they will just end up being given esoteric and/or ironic names by me and I will once again end up with my own petting zoo…which was exactly what happened when my grandmother decided to keep ducks, chickens, rabbits, turtles, fishes, birds rescued from her local market in Hong kong…I was the only girl I know in the city to have my own petting zoo of 10 different kinds of animals….she had a big flat! Lol.
Same thing with my friends in Canada..they were all like eco-living Goats etc…guess what? They can’t kill them, they ended up with a hobby farm and at best they lived on goat’s cheese and milk….
Let us be sensible…you want to be green…theories are nice..but there has to be some common sense in it. 🙂
I assure you killing your own chicken will really not look pretty like this picture and I just can’t do it…sorry, I don’t think it will work for me…but yes, I am happy to eat more veges. 🙂
Fabulous, what a blog it is! This blog presents useful ways to push for climate justice, keep it up.
Hi friends, nice urging for real action not political garbage commented here, I really enjoying your style.
Greetings I am so excited I found your site, I am here now and would just like to say cheers for a fun post about knitting and
a all round exciting blog (I also love the theme/design), When I have time I will be back to read much more, Please do keep up the great work. I wanted to share this top-down dress pattern with you. : knittinginatree.wordpress.com/2011/03/25/introducing-my-dumpster-diving-diva-dress/
Thanks but you know I don’t REALLY knit…cant’ stand it…no patience…I sort of poke at wool with a needle until I get something I can just show to the iron needle workers and they look at it and go,” Cecilia, gorgeous designs…dreadful knitting!” and then 2 weeks later they make it perfectly…I love them! Read about them here: https://ceciliayu.com/2013/02/05/four-seasons-needle-workers/