– What if smoking will be forbidden at all the cafeterias and restaurants?
– Nooooooo! No way!!!!! All the restaurants will bankrupt because smokers make the bigger part of the clients.
Funny to read this now?:) But that was the reality around 20 years ago when European Union laws started to be implemented: no smoking in public areas.
– What if the borders will be closed this summer?
-Nooooooo! No way!!!! All tourism industry around the world will bankrupt because tourists from foreign countries are their main source of sustenance.
Seems not funny, but…what if to think differently and discover unexpected good outcome from the situation?
Benefits of staying at home (at your country of living) this summer:
- save money on travel – your nearest rural tourism places, nearest beach, lake, river, or just grass in the park are waiting for you
- discover the beauty OF YOUR OWN (of your country:))
- when we were on vacations somewhere abroad during all those summers, someone who had no financial possibilities to do the same, stayed at home and drank bear at the nearest beaches, lakes, rivers and parks. But… after a party is over they left garbage all around in your country’s Nature. We actually leave alone our countries at the period of the high-pollution-risk each year, letting unconscious citizens to through trash into the Nature’s face.
We actually leave alone our countries at the period of the high-pollution-risk each year, letting unconscious citizens to through trash into the Nature’s face.Dr. A. Palatronis
- what if to keep your country safe this summer and not let anyone around you to smash a plastic bag into the face of Nature? The one big ecologic problem of plastic pollution could be solved in months just by us, be you and me staying at home, at the country of living.
- have you ever thought about the countries, where economic welfare is closely related to tourism? Local people there needed to close their eyes and mouths on perennial touristic garbage, spread just in front of their Nature’s face, just in front of THEIR faces.
Local people in tourism-related countries needed to close their eyes and mouths on perennial touristic garbageDr. A. Palatronis
Lastly, and because the River is never the same, I would like to share with you the vision of the new-style touristic vacations. Tourist trips to the beautiful beaches with white sand and hot summer sun would be available – we are going to clean those beaches from the garbage. Touristic trips to exotic countries to clean Nature only. Take your gloves and bags and lets start. Tourism agencies, who’s business is surviving difficult changes these days, should think about advertising Clean-up-Nature kind of tourism, raising our world wide well-being and consciousness (that is the innovative free of charge idea given to you, guys. You could even apply for the financial support from funds to implement it:)). If some kind of invisible traps were able to set for the whole globe these days, could you imagine HOW GREAT MIGHT BE THE VISIBLE job of majority of us, just standing for the healthy Planet, HEALTHY US? Remember, any trash that you saw laying on a street or flying in the air – sooner or later has a great probability to appear in your river. Your river goes to bigger water stream until it reaches the Ocean. Or going by air path, who knows? (everybody knows from the geography class in a secondary school:)). We all are involved in the Ocean pollution, even those who live far far away from it.
Tourism agencies, who’s business is surviving difficult changes these days, should think about advertising Clean-up-Nature kind of tourism raising our world wide well-being and consciousness.Dr. A. Palatronis
My palm tree and sunny beach are right here, in my imagination, clean and healthy, as everything around me (starting from my shoes, my shelf, my park and space around my modest lake)… Cleaning your space will clean the mind, and if doing it collectively – collective mind will come to the healthy and wealthy state – to the new era of a human being on the Planet Earth.
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