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Unleashing the Power of Change: Building a Sustainable Future

In our evolving world, environmental pollution is a pressing challenge we must confront. It threatens ecosystems, human health, and the well-being of our planet. But fear not! Together, we can ignite a wave of change and pave the way towards sustainability.

Nature – The Place for Awakening

Nature, with its serene beauty and profound wisdom, holds the key to our awakening and transformation. In the midst of a rapidly changing world, reconnecting with nature becomes essential for our well-being and the preservation of our planet.

Nature and Me

Nature is inspiring. Whether it’s the pink explosion of blossoming trees, the lilting and beautiful song of nightingales, or the flickering flight of butterflies, the relationship between us and nature is forever beautiful and binding.

A Cleaner World Starts with Us

Environmental pollution is a big problem in the world today, and it’s getting worse. Even in Macao, the amount of rubbish keeps increasing every year. In 2021, the waste incineration center processed 453,152 metric tons of rubbish in total, which is a 3.6% increase from the previous year. If we don’t take action to change, the amount of rubbish might double in ten years.

The Benefits of Implementing Recycling

Our natural resources are being depleted. It’s crucial for us to take action to conserve and sustainably manage these valuable resources. In my opinion, recycling is one of the most beneficial moves in combating the excessive wasting of the nonrenewable resources on our planet.

Let the Wind Blow

Macau, known for its vibrant casinos and tourism industry, is now setting its sights on harnessing the power of the ocean to meet its energy needs sustainably. As we move forward in the 21st century, addressing climate change and achieving sustainable development goals have become paramount.

Small Actions Can Make Big Changes

I was four years old when super typhoon Hato hit Macao; it broke my windows and damaged my house. My relationship with nature is mutual. Climate change and natural disasters seem to be a difficult topic for us kids to understand, but in my opinion, although I have minimal power, I believe I can still make changes to help our environment.