The world is facing a critical moment. We have been disproportionately living an industrial revolution age, where the natural balance has no place, at least not in front of economic issues and consumption aims. Nowadays, although developed countries have tried to stop it, the fast planet destruction has taken place in developing countries and the gap between our wealth and the planet’s balance is growing.
As a lover of traveling, I have had the opportunity to see beautiful places, meet amazing people from different countries and backgrounds, but at the same time I have seen how the world is working, outside my office, outside my country and outside the TV. I have seen poverty, injustice, selfishness and I could write a long list. Traveling around this world has shown me who is paying for the consequences of how we are treating this planet, people who just want to be happy, people like you or me.
Our planet is sick. And it is because of us. We can't just sit down and wait for someone else do something about it while natural resources keep being destroyed. The humanity must decide the future now and our generation is in charge of starting the change. We should build something new, all together. We should wake up and materialize the post industrial age full of life, justice, peace and spirituality. We are all human beings. We are one and the same, with different nations, but living in the same world.
So, here we are now with our collaborators launching Blue Power Projects for the humanity. To do something in community, to help each other around happiness. We are committed to the change. We pledge our time, hearts and lives to do something else... a small contribution to future generations, to our children. To share with people who feel like us. So here is our invitation to join us and trigger the change... building a better future.
Evolve with us...
"the spirit of human solidarity and kinship with is strengthened when we live with reverence for the mystery of being, gratitude for the gift of life, and humility regarding the place of humans in nature"