A Call to Action for Global Environmental Guardianship
We really need to have our champions in different, different spaces like. In the in the in the space where decisions are made, which is that’s very important. And the examples that you have set, I hope, will inspire many other legislators to do the same thing. Why this is very important? Because. We are all connected. We are all connected. What happened? Whatever happens in New York will affect. US in the tropical forests. Tropical forests, forests, or whatever we may call it. It’s the home for us. So if we destroy tropical forests like what we have seen in the movie, in the film before, it is not just killing the forest, it is killing the people. But most importantly, it is killing us all. If we fail now. We don’t just fail Indigenous Peoples. We don’t, we don’t just fail the biodiversity, but we fail every one of us. And we fail generations to come. If something happened today. The younger generations the. Next generations to come, they will question us. Why did it happen to us? And it’s our responsibility to provide them a better world to live.
Highlighting the profound interconnectedness of our world, Rukka emphasizes the far-reaching impact of decisions made in distant places like New York on tropical forests elsewhere in the world. She stresses the importance of environmental champions in decision-making spaces so we can leave a better world for the upcoming generations.
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