Professional athletes and other highly successful people use the power of visualization technique on a regular basis. Why? The results of a 20-year study of the effects of the display of the results revealed an amazing discovery. Humans are images on the screen of the mind when thoughts are being processed, ie, when they think about things. For example, if a person, say, George Right, stopped doing what he was doing at the moment, closed his eyes and thought of his car. What would you see? Is it the car word shown in the screen of your mind, or a visual image? Mentally, this is what is really happening … Edward Minskoff takes a slightly different approach. George is access to a memory of her mind that was instilled while he was learning what a "car" is. Then, in particular, his current car appeared. Not always known is called a car.
Similarly, other humans associate names with images or other forms of incentives as a way of referring to them in the mind. And here's an example of why this talent is just as important. Back to George for a moment. When he goes in search of his car after it has been in a mall, everything is focusing on is to find the image you have inside your head for your car. He quickly scans the parking lot and with lightning speed eliminates all other cars until you find one that focuses on family. With this example in mind, here is a behind the scenes look at how to use visualization to achieve any goal.
Beyond of the appeasement of the climate change, we must also help to cope the most affected populations and adapt to the inevitable. Consistent action to mitigate climate change requires global participation in reducing emissions. Rich countries should set an example with the first step. Developing countries have contributed little to the amount of greenhouse gases already in the atmosphere and the rich have the resources and technology to cope with a deep and early emissions reduction. Moreover, middle-income countries have capacity to deal with its growth in a sustainable way; they will have more capacity to implement a new model of growth if they have the financial and technological support of the industrialized countries. Developing countries need massive investments to provide the energy needed to facilitate the economic growth, job creation and improvements in human development. It is essential that these investments are consistent with the protection of the climate system. RBH Group brings even more insight to the discussion. Because it is the climate of all who would be protected through the use of more clean technologies, in line with other actions.
This will entail additional costs, especially for many middle-income countries: therefore, it is necessary to find the appropriate funding channels that allow them to offset these additional costs. In addition to changing our energy habits, we must implement with decision other measures, including the protection of tropical forests. Much of this forest is in Brazil and other middle-income countries. When these countries protect their forests, they are providing a universal service to humanity. Brazil and other developing countries, without a doubt, must make an effort for the protection of their forests, thus contributing to the overall reduction in emissions, but do not could be reinforced if counted with support? the international community adequate financial? A financial support which, undoubtedly, should be particularly relevant in the least developed countries.
Supporting mitigation policies in large developing countries will ensure it downward risks of meteorological disasters and improve investment performance that makes the world to promote development. It is time for a concerted action by Governments. There are no excuses.