Lifestyles – Getting Started & Next Steps

Have a Green and Live Environment with the Following

President Donald Trump vision of America did not actualize with the Paris Climate Agreement. As a result he has started the leaving process which has left a lot of unanswered about America’s proposed actions for the environment. Even with this there is still much that needs to be done both at home and abroad. There are numerous projects that everyone can tackle that could add up to a big and positive difference. What you need to ask yourself is what you can do to your local area today.

Care for Bees
Bees have a great role play in the balance of the ecosystem. It is the bees that pollinate the flowers. It may seem a scary proposition to attract bees to your garden, but when you think about it, bees hardly harm you. If you are feeling brave enough, you can take up the challenge of adding a few hives in your garden and even train to be a beekeeper. Even if you don’t have much space in your garden, you can always use potted plants that attract the bees.

Taking Care of Insects
Other insects are also important for the natural habitat too. Many of these insects provide sufficient food source for the local birds and other wildlife that might visit your garden. By keeping the garden area green, you can make the area for the insects’ conducive. You can let the garden to grow a little wild instead of paving it over and making it a low-maintenance area. It benefits both the people and wildlife a lot; the birds and insects will love it, and your neighbors will benefit from all the beautiful birdsong it attracts. If you have a lawn then you can achieve this.

Hedges are Important Too
Often, hedges are underrated. Hedges provide home to small insects, mammals, and bird, and some also provide fruits, nuts and berries for you to eat. Hedges are mainly planted around the property to purify the air.

Do some Cleaning
If you leave everything to your local authority, the chances are that they will not clean everything at the same time. You sure do pay your taxes and do your part by using the litter bins, but still, there still can be a lot of litter that is blown over the streets and parks. Volunteer a few hours to clean up and everyone will get to enjoy a better and safer environment.

Take a Day Off
If your commute to work in your car, check if your boss will be willing to give you a day of remote working from home. There are numerous ways in which you can give your vehicle a break and save money. Some options that you can take include walking to the market to shop, share cars with other people.