Teah – QLD
What does a sustainable future look like to you?
A sustainable future in my opinion, is a society that is full of economic prosperity and growth in all countries across the globe; after the eradication of the world hunger crisis, the introduction of renewable/clean energy resources and harnessing the power of wind, water and solar to let communities thrive naturally. I also believe a key aspect to a sustainable future is individually changing the way we live and embracing the science that is put in front of us; using it to guide our lifestyle choices from the food we eat, to the way we power our houses.
What role do young people play in inspiring actions that connect people to animals and our shared environment?
Young people are the successor generation; we will inherit the earth in whatever way, shape, or form it takes as it is placed in our capable hands. This is why it is so important that young people especially, are aware of the impacts that our planet and hence our animals are currently facing. Knowledge is power- if our youngest generations are passionate and educated, we will become the driving force in changing the way society views and approaches issues that connect people to animals and the environment.