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Organization 193

Institution focused on changing ecological customs by creating global impacts throught sustainability values.

Since the beginning of time man has been consuming your own home, like a parasite aimlessly.
Inside human rationality beliefs and customs were built to enforce rules with the purposal of maintaining the order.

Recklessly the distroction of our planet increased upon the civilian evolution history and apocalyptic predictions of ancient peoples like the Maya is coming to light all the time.
According to the Mayans, there is a day set called "zero day" and counting by day, life cycles are repeated and the final day of this cycle will be 21/12 /12. Truth or myth?

The world population has doubled since 1950 and will reach 9.5 billion in 2050 and there will be enough water available for agricultural land to produce?
more than 600 million people should be without access of safe drinking water by 2015, while more than 2.5 billion people have no access to basic sanitation.

It increases the number of natural disasters, both in quantity and intensity.
in an  annual average rate of 6% with about 30 thousand deaths per year.

with the Emissions of gases greenhouse may double in the next 50 years, leading to an increase of the global temperature in  3 ° C and even  more by the end of the century
The Asia-Pacific region will contribute around 60% of global emissions by 2100.
Approximately 20% of vertebrate species are already threatened.
Coral reefs are declining 38% since 1980.
number of coastal dead zones has increased dramatically in recent years.
13 million hectares of trees are being felled annually, equivalent to an area the size of England.
And almost 870 million people at this moment starves leading to death.
Are you prepared?
What would you do if you could live this experience?
Can we still save the world?
A challenge
7 days
no food
no water
no power
All this
mobolizaçao To
A Newlegacy

Team photo: 
Credits and attribution: 

Andre Tito, Avelino Nader, Maria Abadia, Renato Silva and Roberta Albuquerque,

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