“If you had the opportunity to contribute towards the protection of our beautiful planet, would you do it?”
Even if you feel powerless sometimes, it is not too late to do our part in the healing of our home planet, a true paradise on Earth is still achievable!
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Modules of the course – Earthwise Custodians
- The course comprises 240 plus slides , organized in 11 separate modules, Introduction (with video), Summary, Fundamentals,
- Module 1: Large- scale geological processes that affect- our earth (free download)
- Custodians in Action (Modules 2-11 are available for online purchase – see below).
- Module 2: Geological processes, governments and human civilisation
- Module 3: Geohistory of megacities (New York and Sydney)
- Module 4: Geohistory of natural wonders and ancient civilizations
- Module 5: Human ecosystem degradation and effects on climate
- Module 6: Mass extinctions
- Module 7: chemistry and technology
- Module 8: Power generation – renewable and non- renewable sources
- Module 9: What are the components of climate change? its effects and how can humanity change to do something about it?
- Module 10: Sustainable development
- Module 10 SIM: Sustainability in Mining
- Module 11: Proposed actions
The course contains a workbook with a series of questions related to each
- instructions for download
- Download Earth Custodians from Google Play (Android) or Apple Store (ios version)
- There are free and paid versions of the app
- The free version of the app includes a preamble to a workbook, Module 1 and questions for module 1 and requires a registration for download of Module 1, and email delivery of the Preamble and Module 1 Questions.
Meet the Author, Leonard Cranfield.
I was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1947 as part of the Baby Boomer generation. A Brief career summary as a career geologist I worked for government departments of natural resources in Queensland and Papua New Guinea, I lectured in 2003 in Earth Sciences at the University of Hong Kong, undertook field work in southern China and as an international expert in national geological surveys in Mongolia.
Achievement of management roles was due to introduction of innovative ideas to create seamless QA assured geological GIS products. These roles included Geoscience Manager Southern Region Queensland and for Mineral Resources Team leader mining and exploration tenement management, acting director for the Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ) and Executive manager and Chief Government Geologist in Mineral Resources Authority Papua New Guinea. I operated in all areas of geoscience, tenure and government geoscience management, and wrote more than 100 geoscientific publications.
Following deterioration of my eyesight in 2019 I refocused knowing I had something I more to give to the world. My two great passions are promoting geohistory tourism linking geological processes to landscapes and resources vital for human civilisation and also protecting the earth’s fragile ecosystem through encouraging local communities to demand government action to stop developments that cause detrimental effects to human health, the earth’s ecosystem and cultural heritage. The human challenge is to undertake activities that are sympathetic with the earths ecosystem and move forward the research of current major issues confronting humanity. Nature can still be used, conserved, and restored sustainably through reorganization across all technological, economic, and social factors to deliver optimal care for our earth’s ecosystem. A major positive 21st Century outcome globally is that more people have been lifted from abject poverty in the world than ever before in history. The current products are my effort to deliver my passion.
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Here’s What Industry Experts Are Saying about the Author…
“I personally think you did the best investigation in all the ones I have seen submitted to this organisation”. – Chief Geologist Julius Marinelli, Austral Bricks
Industry Priority Project – surface and subsurface mapping of coal seam gas producing units of the northeastern Surat basin, Queensland Australia
This project included a July 2017 report launch with State Government (DNRM) and Coal Seam Gas Industry representatives. From left to right are myself, the representative from the Department of Natural Resources and Mines David Green and the Industry Project Representative Peter Evans of Origin Energy. Post launch use of the data confirmed the locational accuracy of the interpreted map boundaries
Humanity must become more aware of how to take care of each other before we can understand how to take care of our planet as custodians.
The global corruption levels of government and secrecy from its citizens has increased and this is endemic even in the most democratic nations. Corruption makes all decisions of government.
The 21 st Century has been dubbed the ‘information age’ with most of the known elements being extracted to support a complex knowledge-based modern civilisation.
An examination of the current processes employed by business shows significant shortfalls in addressing the environmental effects of large projects that have extensive land use and complexity. Locally the result of these actions has been major environmental and human tragedies.
Major problems of the 21st Century are air, water , land and marine pollution, probable extinction of one million species by 2030, land degradation and climatic perturbations.
The impact of disasters and disease on human and animal populations and vegetation are examples of what has been grouped under the human induced change. The bush fire season in Australia and elsewhere has been exacerbated by increasing aridity of climate and vegetation and the over allocation of water in major river systems in drought conditions.
Power generation in the 20th and 21st centuries has brought more people out of poverty, but it’s consistent clean power generation with minimum pollution and land clearing that is the key to a healthy ecosystem.
As custodians humanity needs to find better ways to undertake activities in harmony with our earth’s changes of climate, ecosystem and our needs to fulfil our role as true custodians of our wondrous home. Humans need to wake up, step up, and be heard to make our earth a sustainable liveable ecosystem for us, our animals, and everything.