Is accessible as a subscription forum. Three of these forums are accessible for free and the remainder require a subscription account. This site is still under construction at the back-end only.
“It is vain to talk of the interest of the community, without understanding what is the interest of the individual” – Jeremy Bentham
Back under construction, in fact, I am going to attempt something new and combine this community with Climate Change Community (cCc) here in the near future, with some really great online community ideas. It will be under construction until then.
“Today we are like a bull in a china shop, seemingly unaware of the havoc we are creating.” – Peter Seidel, excerpt from book: ‘THERE IS STILL TIME!’
Another point about the communities to come is that it is not a good venue for attacking and criticizing each other as it is more along the lines of education, adapting, submitting ideas, sharing solutions and suggestions, not challenging knowledge.
Blaming and attacking each other are plentiful on various social media outlets; as such here it is earnestly about implementing ideas and suggestions towards educating ourselves so perhaps we can make a small difference for our brothers and sisters around the planet who are going through some serious struggles right now.
NOTE: Emails or newsletter are sent from this blog site and not from any of the communities now and in the future. If you receive any emails from any of the communities other than an auto generated response to something you initiated or activity with another community member delete it. In fact, cCc will not start sending newsletters until 2019.
Climate Change Community is very adamant about security and even subscribe to several security news websites to keep cognizant of current exploits and such. Technology news is watched closely for methods of comprise others experience so as to stay abreast of these exploits. Hence the reason for indicating cCc does not follow the status-quo.
“The world is so empty if one thinks only of mountains, rivers and cities; but to know someone who thinks and feels with us, and who, though distant, is close to us in spirit, this makes the earth for us an inhabited garden.” – Goethe