Come forth into the light of things, let Nature be your teacher.
– William Wordsworth
Systems and Cycles: Natural cycles balance and regulate the Earth, its atmosphere and systems.
Itis scientifically proven that human activities, and our economic system does cause changes to these natural cycles. There are many businesses that exist that are unnecessary and they are some of the greatest polluters contributing to climate change, wars and more. A corrupt system ignores the systems and cycles of nature.
Why build a city in a flood zone or hurricane area?
These are broad stock statements not to be taken lightly and worthy of a whole book in itself. As a matter of fact there are many books and scientific publications out there currently with proven evidence, just google business and climate change.
Like us, the planet continually change due to circumstances. So we can all change, Right?
Nature systems are in business to regenerate life. A healthy ecosystem that is diversified and in balance, sustains itself. Everything is interdependent on the whole system. The tree requires the systems of the sun, the rain, and the soil, the soil requires all the systems of the organisms in the soil. The trees creates the necessary shade for the understory to grow and is the home for squirrels, birds and other critters including moss and fungi — all living in harmony with symbiotic relationships. When things expire they die off and decompose forming a new life system. In exchange the tree sequesters carbon and give off oxygen, the animals excrement fertilizes the soil. A whole systems approach to sustain life.
Community development, implementing systems that support the larger systems provide sustainable development. This takes bringing knowledge of nature’s systems. Having too many of any one business is like an invasive species. Having no parks and open space is a deficit to a community as is having no way to access healthy food. Each of these are systems that if incorporated into the community design will create a more balanced economy providing a healthier supportive environment.
Just like the tree requires the systems of the sun, water, soil, the soil requires all the systems provided by the organisms living in the soil. The trees creates the necessary shade for the understory to grow and is the home for squirrels, birds and other critters including moss and fungi — all living in harmony with symbiotic relationships. All of life is connected and part of larger systems and cycles.