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Is "ENERGY" a "Human Right?"
Y E S !
"Clean, Renewable, Sustainable & Affordable Energy" is an indispensable
and inextricable "Human Right"
intended to help foster the
well-being and perpetuity of
ALL of Humanity far into the future!
- EPACHA Foundation -
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When "Clean, Renewable, Sustainable & Affordable Energy for All" is reflected upon in terms of making energy resources capabilities a reality for "the whole
of Humanity," an energy grid considerably
composed of a host of
helping hands and necessary tools should
be realistically depicted when formulating
energy ideas in the mind as well as within
calculations of budgetary projections
across the entire spectrum of
" e n e r g y s e c t o r s . "
Within those calculations and
projections to provide a myriad of
global energy assistance, the full spectrum of
"financial investments, technological capabilities,
energy infrastructures, people components,
equipment and materials and environmental
safety" needed to accomplish the goal
of achieving "Clean, Renewable,
Sustainable & Affordable Energy
for All" - must be considered as
a singular, combined global priority.
None can deny that human survivability,
development and progress depends on energy
capabilities for every facet of life. Otherwise, the
lack of energy provisioning can be likened unto
the reliance on the most rudimentary forms of
energy production, i.e. the striking together
of sticks and stones in hopes of
producing a small spark or flame.
When obstructive hindrances are tallied
for each area of developmental neglect, the
lack of "energy resources and infrastructures"
are the number-one culprits which have -
over many decades - contributed to the
prevention of progressive develop-
ment and subsequent growth for
large populations systematically
relegated to an overall,
stagnated human standstill.
The neglectful non-provisioning
of energy resources for the
world's poorest of the poor
is a telling story of utter thoughtlessness
on the part of highly advanced Nations
coupled with an outright lack of care for
those who also have a “Right” to a healthy,
productive, energy-based life regardless
of ethnic [and/or] cultural origins,
religious beliefs or area of
habitation. At this crucial
era - a time of recounting
the accomplishments of
past to present - the world
has crossed the threshold of the
21st Century and a new Millennium wherein
there is yet "MUCH WORK TO BE DONE."
And looking back on the many notable
"thens and nows," how can any country
or Nation be satisfied with
"all the work not done:" that is to say,
mandated work "that must yet be done"
for the hundreds of thousands - even
millions of Humanity's poor who have
every right to enjoy the conveniences,
comforts and pleasures of accessible
energy usages - including the basic
simplicity of . . . turning on a
light switch to see in the dark!
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The policies of governing entities around
the world must seriously contemplate
the future now at hand:
a time that urges the provisioning of "Clean,
Renewable, Sustainable & Affordable Energy for All."
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With that in mind, the availability
of technologies together with needed
financial investments - and all energy
components - must certainly be at the
very top of the "energy sector list."
By ensuring a "Clean, Renewable,
Sustainable and Affordable"
energy-based, future for
"Humanity as a whole,"
especially for those who have been
wrongfully 'cut off' and 'cut out' of the
"energy grid" from generation-to-
generation, the world as one can
navigate a successful journey
toward assured sustainability
and prosperity through the
promising portals of this momentous
New Century and Millennium.
- EPACHA Foundation -
Energy is a "Human Right!"
The World as a Whole has an
to ALL of Humanity!
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