Saving Gaia
Saving Gaia - Join The World, Do Your Part Today

What is Saving Gaia all about?

Gaia is our Mother Earth.  The very world on which we live.  Our wise elders have long recognised that we do not inherit the Earth from our forefathers.  We merely borrowed it from our children.
 
Gaia is facing severe challenges in our times.  Global warming has led to changes in the world climate.  Perhaps, we have not fully appreciate the problems that Gaia is facing.  Do we do nothing now?  What sort of world will we hand back to our children and their children?
 
There is hope. We can all do our part in Saving Gaia.  You may not believe that Gaia is dying.  You may believe that Nature will find a way, a new balance.  Well, that new equilibrium and new world may not be what our children want.  If we do nothing today, it will surely hasten Gaia's demise. So let's do what we can today now.  Do your part in Saving Gaia.  It is the only Earth we have.
 
You are the one who matters!
 
You Can Make A Difference!
 
Gaia.  Mother Earth.  Our environment.  Without which, our existence will not be possible.  Will you help save Gaia?
 
One day, we may be able to colonise another planet.  For now, there is no other choice. We can make a difference by having better management of our environment and resources.  Hopefully, it can save Gaia.
 
Here are some tips and some common sense good practices.  It is a little helping hand that each of us can extend to Gaia.  Hopefully, together as a species, we, mankind, can hand over a better environment to our children and our children's children.  We did not inherit the Earth from our parents. We merely borrowed it from our children.
 

Do your part today for saving Gaia!  Conserve our natural resources.

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.
 
Use less of our natural resources such as water and electricity.  Reuse items if possible.  If not, dispose of them properly for recycling.
 
This website is a small step towards better management of our environment.  Some tips on water conservation and saving energy, some common sense good practices.  A little helping hand that each of us can extend.  Hopefully, together as a species we can hand over a better environment to our children and our children's children.