a lot gets done.
Believing in yourself is always the first step for a brighter future. Everyday you decide to recycle cans & bottles, change your diet, do a beach cleanup, use less plastic, lend a stranger a hand or fill up your reusable glass jar.
Don’t follow opportunity, follow curiosity. And don’t look at the things you can do, instead focus on the things you want to do. If you live by these ideas and take a few risks, you will end up further than you could’ve imagined.
To love the world, not destroy it. It is the only one. Take only what you need.
Encourage linking risk management in business directly to environmental, community, & ecosystem resilence. Drive simple to understand the impact and tell a relevant story about it.
My solution is to walk or bike or take public transport as much as possible, especially for small distances. It is simple and efficient + allows fantastic work-out and an opportunity to discover your city better.
Vote with your wallet by buying from small businesses rather than big corporations.
Give back to not only to the land and sea, but the animals which call it home. Promote biodiversity and respect for wildlife through effective education to students of all ages.
Integrate sustainability into companies funding objectives- so they can get better rates and access to investors if they deliver on climate action.
Let's talk Regenerative Design; let us heal and restore the planet instead of just sustaining what we have left.
Think about small changes that are going to be repeated often: getting your company to make a change will have a bigger impact than a change you make yourself, and making it easier to do the right thing will help good habits stick.
Fix things instead of buying new things.
Spend time with those who have different perspectives and experiences from your own.
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