These scientists are giving people the information they need so they can protect the environment and their health
They try to get the big companies to think about environmental care while they create wealth
Now people are seeing that they can see change, whenever their voices are heard
There are exciting and innovative ideas that will protect humans and the birds
It is good to see that some individuals have dedicated their lives to helping others to live the eco lifestyle
They are doing their best as they go the extra mile
Checking air quality and water quality so that the population is not wiped out
So much work is needed to be done when manufacturers pollute and leave people with doubt
They cut down trees and cause the earth to warm faster
They won’t stop even when they are told that they are creating a disaster
Profits and wealth is all they want to talk about
Even when it is clear that soon they won’t be able to work things out
Without the organizations that is there to inform the people about the pollution
No one would be looking for a solution
And the next generation would have a bigger problem
It is good that there are some folks who care about them
They have been giving them the information they need
So they will be ready to protect the environment when it’s there turn to take the lead
They won’t continue with the pollution and the deforestation
They will know just what to do, so they can prevent a bad situation
It will be good for us to look forward to a future that is bright
As informed children become adults who will want to treat the environment right
Change is needed and we have got to start somewhere
Nothing can go wrong when the change starts with environmental care
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Thanks a lot
Thank you, Denise, for helping to educate children and adults, alike (ok, those adults who are willing to continue learning, that is…) on these important topics, via these expert voices.
We are all part adult, and part child, are we not?
And should we all not have a voice, and continue to learn?
Thank you so much for reading the post Shira and I like your valuable comment