FLOWERS OF THE FUTURE : DOBRA VODA
RESTORING THE CLIMATE STABILITY THANKS TO THE SMALL WATER CYCLE
« Flowers for our future: Dobra Voda » presents a complementary vision for the climate change.
The greenhouse effect is not the only responsable.
The way the planet surface has been altered by human activities has reached a critical point.
The small water cycle plays a fundamental role to maintain the hydric and thermal balance of our planet.
Its break has led to catastrophic consequences, which reinforce the global warming,
in collaboration with the greenhouse effect. This one has been aggravated by more causes than usually presented…
Fortunatly, the small water cycle can be easily and rapidly restored.
From Slovakia to the Basque Country in Spain,
from Korea to Burkina Faso, in France and elsewhere,
simple and efficient solutions allow to reconquest the climate stability at local and global scales.
The small water cycle remains often ignored and largely misunderstood.
Thanks to the process of evapotranspiration from the soils and the vegetals,
the continents provide more than half of their own hydric resources.
Vegetal transpiration consumes solar radiation and significantly reduces it.
But the way the planet surface has been altered by human activities has reached at a critical point.
Deforestation, but also the grey concrete of cities
and the green concrete of intensive farming surfaces,
have disrupted the small water cycle and its natural climate regulation capacities.
Those deteriorated and artificial surfaces produce huge amounts of heat,
up to levels never previously encountered in the history of mankind.
The greenhouse effect contributes to this heat production storage.
However, it remains possible to quickly reverse the spiral of continent desertification.
Throughout the world, simple and efficient solutions exist for restoring small water cycles locally.
On a global scale, such an ecological restoration urgently requires a deep reconsideration
of our overproduction and overconsumption system,
detrimental to the public interest and the biosphere equilibrium.