As a politician, you always have to have through advocacy. Most likely we hear politicians that bear projects for humanity, animals, energy, economics, and infrastructure. However, there are only very few that we can think of who actually advocates for the planets— we are not saying that it is just Earth alone but also other planets that surround us.
This may sound like a cliche or even almost impossible, but, yes, politicians can also raise advocacy, awareness, help and become a voice for the planets that are silently revolving above the big and wide space.
Or maybe on the other side of the world, maybe they are just politicians wishing that they are astronauts using astrophotography telescope at the other side of the world.
How to Become a Planet-Advocate
Now if you are to become a planet advocate politician, it would just be similar to having advocacies in nature and caring for the world. But this time, it is not just the earth you are fighting for but the whole universe.
The big question is… can a politician really be a planet advocate? To know that let’s start with these tips…
Start with defining your advocacy
It is important that you knew what you care for, basically, this advocacy is a really huge thing to pursue, it is as to how big the universe is. Indeed, a tip of the iceberg, a tip of the whole universe above your head, and inside your plate.
It is best that you define your advocacy beforehand. First, you need to know if it is for the astronauts or spaceman your care is for or is it about developing life in other planets.
Do your research
Always back up with research. It is not just enough that you have the care and interest for other planets, it is also just that you are also knowledgeable in the advocacy that you are shouting for or that you are being a voice for.
Find a NASA Agent
It is important that above all you must have someone who is from NASA. Or any spaceman that is an expert and had studied this planetary body more than you do. They will be the most important source and power you will have to make your advocacy be heard and come to life and eventually to make it even more effective.