Option 1 – Custodians: Full Course with copy of the hardcover book + Complete Digital Edition!
Lessons from history show that when leaders are greedy, lazy, ignorant and /or corrupt that civilisations can collapse.
The building of megacities in the new world was based on access to these resources, their value, and economic transport to a lucrative market and availability of natural resources in the hinterland. The protection of unique natural landscapes and cultural heritage has developed over the past 250 years. The reasons for past mass extinctions is geological processes in the past, but human induced change is now the greatest source of ecosystem change.
The use of natural resources for power generation is critical for advancing human civilisation, but the theme of mining these resources sustainably in Module 10 SIM (sustainability in Mining) is a critical feature, and the theme is concluded by personal and community- based ideas to change human behaviour to make a difference to the negative human-induced changes to our ecosystem.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with purchase receipt number and shipping details, for access to the modules of this, the entire course plus a copy of the printed book.
This is our recommended purchase!
The Earthwise Custodians course shows that geological processes over the history of the Earth created the resources necessary to evolve human civilisations. The change from the hunter-gatherer era of the earliest human humans to the development of farming and the domestication of other animal species marked a fundamental change in human behaviour and the development of larger more complex civilisations in the ancient world. When human populations were low in relation to wild animals, natural earth processes were the fundamental agents of change. However, since the middle of the 20th century to the first quarter of the 21st century the very high increase in human populations and their domestic animals has made humanity the main agent of change on earth.
Historically, a feature of Human nature has been to try to solve issues of getting around, living longer and controlling the environment and resources (the cause of most wars). The potent increase of knowledge, technology, and the rise of wealthy and powerful multinational corporations have a significant influence on the political process that can hinder necessary action to reverse the effects of negative human-induced changes to the ecosystem. Earth resources are limited, and it is vital to act now as custodians both personally and collectively to think beyond current ways of operating to a whole of earth viewpoint that negative human activity in one region or industry can cause major impacts far from their local area.
In general, I recommend that interested participants purchase the entire course, for access to the free bonuses, access to the newsletters and to the author directly.
There are however partial courses, that is, options 2 and 3, on offer.