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Global Unity: Together in Saving Lives, Part 6 of a Multi-part Series

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“We call this the Smart Green Building Initiative. And for this smart building initiative, there are four areas: one is conservation of energy, green building material, conservation of water, which is so important, especially in the Hong Kong Pearl River Delta area. And the last but not least is quality of living. And the reason why we believe that this is important to Hong Kong is because we don’t want Hong Kong residents to suffer by reducing energy consumption. We like people to enjoy their life, and at the same time, reduce their energy consumption.”

“I use MR16 as one example. And this is a traditional MR system with halogen and the power consumption for this MR16 is about 50 watts. And if we change halogen-based MR16 to LED, which is a digital device, we can reduce the power consumption by 89%. And this is a huge conservation of energy. And at the same time, the lifetime can be 70 times longer. That means 500 hours compared to 35,000 hours in terms of the lifespan.”

“One example, which is from the United Nations report in 2006: 1.3 billion people, which is exactly the same as China’s population, contributes about 40% of the GDP (gross domestic product) of the total agriculture in the world, and 30% of the planet’s surface – 70% of the agriculture land – is actually for farmed animals. And it generates 18% of the carbon dioxide and, at the same time, it is by far the largest sector source for water pollution. So, if we read all these numbers from official reports, then maybe instead of just scientists and engineers needing to help human beings, everybody here can do it together to help human beings, to help us and to help our offspring. And that’s [through] promoting vegetarianism (veganism), and that we together can do now.”

Animal(-people) are always trying their best to adapt to the environment for survival. However, the current rate of climate change far exceeds their ability to adapt, resulting in fatal harm to many species, ecosystems, and humanity. We have now the last speech from our distinguished speaker, Ms. Judy Chen, on “Climate Change and Biodiversity.”
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