In the internet age, information and news is everywhere, a constant stream of Media washes over us like a Tsunami, accumulating debris of misinformation, bias opinion, unscientific references and just plain propaganda.
Online tribalism has now evolved, we can now exist in an echo chamber that supports our own views and biases. We need the checks and balances that come with healthy discussion and even argument that confronts and expands our perspective.
The CSENS Observer seeks perspective. It is about asking questions to difficult problems with a light held towards the health of future generations.
There is much to explore in this digital world, with questions as to how the virtual world impacts our natural world, our very survival relies upon it.
Questions of our stewardship will be a constant in the CSENS Observer. A philosophical approach to modern challenges underpins our work. Diverse content such as Digital platforms, NFT’s, science, music, art, invention and innovation, all with a bent towards economic activity that repairs, regenerates and inspires action that demonstrates the best of Humanity.
Knowledge is power, the power to understand how we invest our resources is critical. In the CSENS Observer we will encourage innovation and businesses that consider “Envirosocial care”. Business practices should be questioned and re-evaluated for greater efficacy. We will always be looking for innovation that can be green-lighted for action.
Welcome, it is early days for the CSENS Observer but we do expect to grow and there is much to be accomplished in the years ahead.
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