forest man

There are literally thousands and thousands erroneously well paid decision makers, business men, politicians, bureaucrats around the planet — in their fine designer suits and snake skin shoes, they are squatting acres wide conference halls, “discussing” how to protect forest (and therefore lives of millions who depend on the woodlands), producing more warm air than real outcome. We all know their excuses and got used to it, so we have grown a  confidence in their neatly served alogisms : “taking direct action is too complicated and its not good to economics,” they say, “we can not conserve wildlife, will lose many jobs!” they lament. The elephant in the living room — that is it.

And then you look at this underprivileged, but touch guy who over the decades single-handedly planted whole 550ha forest to save an island… That makes you think…