The Scream of our Environment
Just 15 Years?
In possibly only 15 years we may face an unsolvable
environmental problem that is clearly visible already today.
Politicians around the world are deeply concerned
and protectors of the environment demand immediate measures.
The press feels validated with each environmental disaster
and everybody seems to know everything.
However, there is always someone else to blame.
Blue Building Holding, with focus on
the environment and the eye for details
A cautionary tale...
The centre point are the actions of the human being
Lets start with some thought provoking facts…
In the last decades, Antarctica has lost more ice than what has been added to it by annual precipitation. In 2006, this net loss amounted to approximately 196 Gigatons (1 Gigaton = 1 Billion tons)
To put this into perspective: 6215 tons, which is equal to 155 trucks( of 40 tons each)… are melting every second. The reason is the 5⁰ C increase in the last 15 years.
And what is mankind doing??
…..it continues to destroy our environment
Weather Records 2002 -2005
Floods in Dresden
Economic damage: 16 Billion €
Heat wave in Europe
app. 70,000 heat-related fatalities, the largest humanitarian natural catastrophe in Europe for hundreds of years
47,3°C (Alentejo, Portugal, 01.08.2003)
Economic damage: 13 Billion €
Hurricane season 2004:
The first ever hurricane in the South Atlantic Ocean;
Hurricane Catarina in front of Brazil;
Record Hurricane in Caribbean and Florida;
Economic damage: 62 Bill. US$ (all 4)
Largest insured damages ever!
Economic damage: 125 Bill. US$
Hurricane Katrina was the sixth strongest hurricane ever recorded.
Weather records 2005:
July 26, 2005
Amount of precipitation within 24 hours in India:
July 26, 2005, Mumbai, 944 mm
Economic damage: 5 Bill. US$
August – flood in Alpine region
Economic damage: 3 Bill. US$
Indian officials say 10,000 to 12,000 people were killed.
Bhopal activists and health workers say more than 20,000 people have died over the years due to gas-related illnesses, such as lung cancer, kidney failure and liver disease. Indian officials estimate that nearly 600,000 more have become ill or had babies born with congenital defects over the last 20 years
2010 Oil spill gulf of Mexico
2008 5 huge plastic vortex
1989 Exxon Valdez
1960 Aral Sea
just a few examples,… out of thousand`s
We seem to be building the tower of Babel - With Rubbish
Blue Building wants to give millions voices, the opportunity to change the environment in the most sensitive way….
And we need your help
The drab monotony of everyday life?
Our nature is deteriorating every day, millions die of disease and famine, water supplies are diminishing or are being poisoned, forests are vanishing, animal species are disappearing
….what are the people in power really doing about these issues?
...Making hugh profits at the world expense!
So, what can we do about it? The most frequent answer of “I cant do anything alone” has to change; by rallying together.
The master key to our future is what we, the individuals can do today by banding together
Independently and well as in close collaboration with governments, corporates and the people we will focus on finding a neutral and right solution to change the environment in the best possible way.