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1st GGA Italy meeting is to come

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It will be held in Rome on 27th April 2019 at Hotel Occidental Aurelia (Via di Torre Rossa, 80) the first meeting of Italian Global Goodwill Ambassadors (GGA). GGA is an international organization in constant growth founded by Richard Di Pilla (International Influencer), which today gathers about 13,000 people around the world engaged in the defence of human rights and in the struggle for sustainability. The meeting aims to encourage collaborations between people belonging to the network.

Why do we need Long Term Thinking?

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As the number of bloggers and supporters of Long Term Economy blog increases, many of them ask me “What’s about Long Term Thinking?” “Why do we need it?” We have already spent a lot on “What” and we will do more in the future. So let’s focus on “Why.”

Faith and sustainability

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Does God exist? There are people who believe in the existence of God and people who don’t. One thing is certain: if God exists, he has conceived Nature so that it can be independent and sustainable. So let’s think about Nature. All its elements, all its mechanisms make it sustainable in the long period: birth and death, herbivores and carnivores, the alternation of seasons, rain and sun etc... Everything contributes to make it sustainable.

Gandhi’s unfulfilled will

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What is "will?" Can its meaning go far beyond what our mind think at first? Will is energy!!! It is the source of energy that allows us to pursue our goals, our mission. "Often life is a fight between wills and often our will suffers from the blows of those who feel threatened by it," because it threatens their status, or their convictions, convictions which come out of a system created by someone unknown or simply by itself (who knows. To the posterity the arduous sentence).

Climate Change (June 2018): the latest figures on temperature, CO2 concentration and arctic melting

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Climate Change has given birth to a big, global debate over the past 30-40 years. Although the scientific community, thanks to the numerous reports by the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), agrees on the facts that 1) climate change exists, 2) climate change is caused by anthropogenic factors (by humans), 3) Climate change over the last 200 years has accelerated considerably (it is estimated that Cliamate Change is 170 times faster than in pre-industrial times), there are still people who deny these statements; they claims that climate change is natural and we cannot do anything to change the course of events. This article proposes an analysis of the three major measures (consequences/results) of Climate Change (CO2 concentration in the atmosphere, Global temperature, Arctic ice extent). It’s interesting to note that these three measures converge in one direction: Earth moves towards overheating with tight rhythms.