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For the Mother Earth;


Being a distributor of the premium seed pencils and seed papers manufactured by Arteries, coimbatore which they make Pencil from recycled papers and inspiring billions of students to know more about plants and the importance of preserving it for the future. It also encourages students to grow their own pencil that grows in to a plant is a very unique and excellent concept, through which we can use the useless part of the pencil. As we know that when pencil gets down to the point where there is only an inch of pencil is left, then it is almost useless. Plant that left pencil and water it for some time, you will able to see the sprout around after a week. This happens because the remaining part of the pencil contains a seed capsule which is water activated. Due to water, capsules gets dissolve and seed’s start germinating. This Arteries Seed pencils are available in a pack of 10 with 10 different herbs seeds. hopefully we are coming up with more conservative, futuristic and nature friendly brands in future.

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Why We call the concept, Green Business?


Nature is one of the most important things in our lives. It is because of nature that we are able to exist. Nature is the environment surrounding us and it includes trees, plants, rivers and oceans. Nature not only helps us to survive but it also brings beauty to our surroundings. We can also utilize nature to make our lives easier. For example, we can use the sun to create solar energy and we can use coal to create fossil fuel. Even though nature is important to us, people destroy it. People pollute water by releasing waste material into water bodies and by releasing toxic chemicals from factories into the atmosphere. As the world population increases, the usage of water also increases. We must protect the water resources for our future generations. Destroying mountain land is also another way of destroying nature. This destroys not only the soil but trees too. Landslides are also caused by destroying mountains. Global warming is also caused by environmental pollution. In order to protect nature, we must reduce cutting down trees. If we cut a tree, we must plant a new one in its place. So my friends let’s learn to love nature and protect it. Whatever the product we are dealing with/services we are providing shall be futuristic, plastic free and nature- environment friendly, this should be the main motive of green business as per the company policy from One Parrot Network. We intent to do;

  • Reduce plastic usage
  • Reduce paper waste
  • Reduce water usage
  • Set up recycling bins
  • Eco travel policies
  • Become resource efficient
  • Donate to environmental causes
  • Educational programs
  • Promote environmental products
  • Use environment-friendly products


Environmental Protection – Why It Matters


What are we doing wrong? Mostly the problem is destruction of habitat by:

  • industrial pollution
  • mining
  • farming
  • transporting species into habitats where they had not been

What are some of the consequences?

  • One billion people in the world have no clean water
  • Two billion people have inadequate sanitation
  • One and a half billion people (mostly in large cities of newly industrialized countries) breath air that is dangerously unhealthy
  • Hundreds of millions of poor farmers struggle to make a living on poor land
  • Whole countries are on the verge of famine.

People don’t like to be ridiculed as “environmental wackos” or “tree huggers.” But it is important to care about the environment. Thoughtful people can care about the environment and at the same time see the need to exploit or use nature for resources to satisfy the needs of our species.

  1. The human species needs food and water. We need energy. But we also need to protect the ecosystem niches that make survival of our species possible. Beyond that, we need to protect the niches for other species too. Why do niches need protection? It’s not nice to try to fool Mother Nature. Ecosystems are complicated. We have seen in these lessons that complexity grows as we move up the ladder from cells to organ systems to ecosystems. The history of our attempts to manipulate ecosystems shows that we often make mistakes and fail to see the unintended consequences of our actions. Rich ecosystems are those with many occupied niches. A change in any one niche is likely to affect other niches and their occupant species. Extinction is forever. We don’t get a second chance.
  2. Environmental hazards are dangerous. Especially our lakes and oceans have become dumping grounds for dangerous chemicals (pesticides, herbicides, oil and refinery
  3. products, industrial wastes, and heavy metals). Some of these toxins actually concentrate in food webs, such as mercury in fish. Moral obligation. Our species owes its existence to the living world that we share with other species. We owe the living world a chance to perpetuate the life-creating processes of natural selection, population dynamics, and exchange cycles. We can only pay this debt by protecting the environment.

We humans are doing well as a species (see graph below). But our success comes at the expense of other species. The United Nations World Conservation Monitoring Center predicts that 25% of all the earth’s species of mammals may become extinct in the next 30 years. Over 10% of the bird species face extinction in that time.


Environmentalism and Politics


Many people in the world like to blame industrialized nations, especially the United States, for destroying world ecosystems. It is true that industrialized countries create much of the air pollution. But the problem will not be cured by treaties that punish American companies for air pollution when competing companies in other countries are exempt from regulation.

The really frightening prospect is the rapid pace of industrialization in many Third World countries where unregulated industries expand to serve the growth of the already huge populations. China has 1.2 billion people. India has about 1 billion people. What will world pollution be like when countries like these become fully industrialized and modernized?

People who wish to protect the environment often become politically active. They may come to believe that animals, and even plants, have “rights.” What do you think? The idea of “rights” originally came from perceived inequalities in power and privilege among humans. “Rights” are something we United States citizens have to pursue “life, liberty, and happiness.”

To extend the idea of rights across species quickly creates problems for ecosystems. Does the wolf have a right to kill sheep? Or do sheep have a right to be protected from predators? Does any species have a right to use Nature’s resources to perpetuate itself as a species? Does a species have a right to destroy niches of other species in the process of exploiting nature for survival of the species? And if we could agree on any of these rights, we must answer the question, “Who issued these rights?”

To argue in the political terms of “rights” misses the point about how Nature’s ecosystems work. Competition between and within species is not only natural but necessary for ecosystems to function well. Competition and exercise of power become a problem only when it is so destructive that an ecosystem itself becomes threatened. Because humans have the the greatest power to damage ecosystems, humans also have the greatest duty to protect ecosystems.





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