My Bottom

As dusty brown covered my bottom,

white crystals scattered over me.

Thick smooth and flowing we stirred,

adding more thickness the while.
Love began to appear,

as the foam frothed at the opening.

It was heated to reach the climax,

but then all was not complete yet.
Squares of crunch and delis dropped in,

heating and changing my colors.

As time I became ready,but 

before the swallow we had to join.

What am I ?

50 people who could save the planet | Environment | The Guardian

I Believe

You cannot change the planet alone, but remember that you, and just a few others who are determined to improve things, are the only force that ever has improved the world.
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Credits:

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2008/jan/05/activists.ethicalliving

Words by John Vidal, David Adam, Peter Huck, Jonathan Watts, Leo Hickman, Philip Oltermann, Ian Sample and Aditya Ghosh
A piece of this article from the above link:

Peter Head
Civil engineer

Peter Head, 60, is an unlikely man to be leading a cultural revolution. The soft-spoken Englishman, a director of Arup and one of the world’s leading bridge builders, is now the master planner of the world’s first true eco city.

His brief from the Shanghai city authorities may have been simple, but in building and design terms it was the equivalent of a moonshot: to build on an island at the mouth of the Yangtze a city for 500,000 people that can lead the world’s fastest growing economy out of the industrial age into the ecological one. Dongtan will cost $50bn or more, and be a prototype for 400 or more similar Chinese cities over the next 30 years.

Nothing like this has been tried before, Head says. “It’s a complete paradigm shift. It is to be three, four or five times an ecological improvement on anything that exists. China is trying to use ecological efficiency to detach resource use from economic growth, the traditional development path. It’s a different way of thinking. They believe a new economic model will come out of it.”

Dongtan will be all but self-sufficient, powered by wind, wood and sun. Its cars will be electric or hydrogen-fuelled, and its buildings will be mini power stations. There will be no landfill sites and 80% of waste will be recycled. Enough local food will be grown to supply much of the city’s needs. Turf-covered rooftops will collect, filter and store water, and solar panels will heat it; wind turbines will provide nearly 20% of its energy needs.

“China came to us with the idea. I was shocked by the scale of their ambition but they’re deadly serious. Every province in China is building a demonstration eco city like this.”