Brit expat in Spain creates Facebook page to make the world a better place

Published:  10 May at 6 PM
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Nick Moore’s new ‘If five million people’ Facebook page has one aim – to unite followers from across the world in an effort to promote good deeds and help save Planet Earth.

His own description of the site is ‘a page to encourage and inspire, with ideas aimed at making the world a better place’. He adds the page isn’t a business, there’s no profit made and says he's just using social media to share planet-friendly green ideas, videos, all good things and life hacks. Recent posts on the page have shared good works by local charities, recycling hints and how to involve neighbours and why plastic drinking straws are toxic for the planet.

Nick lives in Orihuela, Spain, and runs the local Networks Theatre, producing over 100 shows in the English language over his 18 years of involvement. In what’s left of his spare time, he’s a volunteer dog rescuer with ASOKA Orihuela. His message to the online world is that good news, environmental messages and positive thinking along with life-hacks are all ways to care for a world which becomes more and more troubled and disturbed every year. Encouraging the millions of people on social media to share his hope for the future and work to make it come true is surely one way to shine a light into encroaching darkness.

Posts on the page show scary facts about water usage and how not to waste the earth’s most precious resource, and plastic straws are held up as an unnecessary luxury that’s a danger to us all, not just to ocean-dwelling species. One comment, ‘what would happen if the earth treated us the way we treat it?’ immediately brings to mind the unusual volcanic eruption on Hawaii, and buying local is strongly supported.
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