Sustainability is the process of maintaining change in a balanced fashion, in which the exploitation of resources, the direction of investments, the orientation of technological development and institutional change are all in harmony and enhance both current and future potential to meet human needs and aspirations.
Satori Factory's road map towards sustainability
1. Raise awareness
Video is indeed our favorite medium of communication.
The angle week 2018 event was a unique opportunity to capture the current status quo within the skydiving community about climate change and CO2 emission.
2. Seek for progress
We are human.
We are not perfect. We are alive.
We try things. We make mistakes.
We stumble. We fall. We get hurt.
We rise again. We try again.
We keep learning. We keep growing.
And we are thankful for this priceless opportunity called life.
To strive for progress instead of perfection is without a doubt the way to move forward.
Doing the small thing today, regardless of how small they are, is the starting point of a better future.
What can we do NOW to make a difference:
It all starts by education, ignorance is not bliss, education and knowledge are the premises of progress.
A lot can be done starting from today:
choose every time you can to eat food issue from regenerative agriculture and preferably a vegan diet, as well as compositing your food scraps, this might sound benign things to do but the connection between our diet and the kind of agriculture we support is much more complex and impactful than our intuition would tell.
You can also fly less, take public transportation, buy an energy efficient car, choose renewable energy, participate to CO2 offset program.
- read the book "Kiss the ground"
- 15 ways to reduce your CO2 footprint
3. Lead by example
How can we pretend to lead by example while engaging in fossile fuel hungry activites?
All Satori's current source of income are at the moment dependant of those activities and as many other places in society today we need a transition time to evolve in a sustainable way.
You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.