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Energy is behind everything we do - it's required to grow the food we eat and to clothe us. We need it to build our houses, to keep us warm in winter and to cool us down in summer. And we use it to travel to where we'd like to be (the grass is always greener on the other side, after all).
Nature: We're part of it - whether you like it or not! Humans have only been around for the blink of an eye in geological terms, and yet, through our inredible ingenuity we have made our mark on every last bit of this beautiful planet - from the deepest oceans to the highest mountains.
We all eat food. And so we should! But what we eat has a huge impact on the living world (of which we are a part, though sometimes it's easy to forget that). In years gone by our diets were much more varied than they are today, and pretty much everything we use to eat was grown locally - with most people growing at least some of their own food.
We get through a lot of stuff - in some cases far more than we need, not least becuase we've been trained to do so by a very artful global marketing industry!
What should you do when politicians aren't doing the job we pay them for - namely keeping us safe from harm? You make your voice heard. And if enough people do the same, change follows.
How we spend our money has a major impact on the world - essentially we are casting a vote every time we buy something. And companies tend to be very sensitive to bad publicity, so we actually have quite a lot more power than we might think.
The psychology of transport is complex and fascinating. It's been heavily influenced by marketing departments of car companies, oil companies and holiday companies to name but a few. And when you combine that with the fact that - bless us - humans are not the most rational of creatures, the way we get ourselves from A to B can be quite an emotive topic!
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