I would swap into your lights to CFL bulbs at however high a wattage your hood allows (usually hoods can handle 20 or less), and look for DAYLIGHT (6500K) bulbs. If your tank can handle 4 bulbs, go for it. A standard tank hood can handle cfls pretty well, its just the cruddy lights they come with that are the issue.
Keep the ferns off to the sides to not get too might light or they'll get all upset and may become withered.
I would shove the sword where it gets a decent bit of light. The pennywort and wisteria like light too, and so do the nanners.
I'd get the swords some root tabs (try API's, 10 pack for $10 at petsmart) and put one in every month or so to help it get a boost.
I use Aqueon plant food in my tanks that have the same plants as yours with a CFL 6500K bulb on for 9 hours a day every day and theyre happy as can be. I put mine on a timer that goes on and off the same time every day, which is super helpful.
Like OFL said, though, fix the lighting first, and everything else will be able to fall into place.
Gotta say, too, the "save the world" bit made me laugh right out loud. Oh my god, why is that even so funny? I need sleep too.