Aspen 4th of July 2019 - Aspen Real Life
Aspen 4th of July 2019

Aspen 4th of July 2019

Well the ‘Merica spirit was real yesterday for the 4th of July parade in Aspen. Despite the extremely upsetting and disturbing politics going on right now in our country, it is a beautiful thing to see that our patriotism lives on. Let’s continue to strongly manifest serious change incorporating new governance, as well as peace and respect for all human beings, animals and our planet.

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The challenge and opportunity before us today is to begin to think of development through the lens of environmental health. The environment as a primary concern, not an afterthought. The science has never been clearer. We know the impact, the consequences and the unsustainability of our development model. As we continue to connect in new ways, we must also reconnect to Earth. The undeniable truth is that we continue to do great damage to the planet, and that we haven’t learned how to grow our economy without harming nature. More than technology, doing so will take a fundamental shift in mindset – one that will redefine our relationship with the planet and its natural systems.

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