You recognize the power of collective attention and action. By participating in or promoting awareness events, you contribute to a larger conversation and drive meaningful change.

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You know that we need to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. And you are also prepared to take action to limit global temperature rise.

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You aim to minimize your environmental footprint. Because you know that we need to protect our planet for future generations.

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You deeply care about particular causes and it is important for you to contribute to these. Besides, you feel good doing so.

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You recognize that what you eat has a big impact on how ethical & sustainable you life. And you choose foods that are healthful to your environment and your body.

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You oppose the status quo of consumerism and our throw-away society. Instead, you prioritize to eliminate waste and keep materials in use.

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You understand the influence of language in shaping thoughts and actions. With every word chosen, you aim to inspire, motivate, and advocate for a better world.

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Knowledge is power. Knowledge shared is power multiplied.

Robert Boyce; historian

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9 Best Charities That Support PTSD Sufferers (Complete 2024 List)

Roughly 13 million people worldwide have PTSD in any given year, with 1 in 13 people developing the condition at some point in their lives. While most people associate PTSD with wartime trauma, it can affect anyone who has suffered a traumatic event. Yet, PTSD is still misunderstood and surrounded by stigma, preventing sufferers from seeking support. Fortunately, charities around the world are working to support PTSD sufferers and ensure they get the help they need. So, we had to ask: What are the best charities that support PTSD sufferers?