The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
There are so many ways to get involved in helping make the earth a cleaner, safer planet for all.
These ideas are not only "green" they are also good for personal health!
Check out these ideas to exercise while helping! Click the link to see the information on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldeconomicforum/videos/360857287849600/?sfnsn=mo
Tackling Culver City's environmental challenges requires hard work, cooperation & a commitment from staff as well as every individual, business & institution in the city. By working together, we can all ensure we are protecting and beautifying the City for generations to come.
For a lot more information, visity the City's webpage: https://www.culvercity.org/live/community-neighborhood/environmental-efforts
L.A. has a vast amount of natural open space, ... including the nation’s largest municipal park – 4,014 acre Griffith Park – plus 22 miles of beaches in addition to countless parks and recreation areas.
L.A.’s top nature reserves include the 153,095-acre Santa Monica National Recreation Area and the 55,000-acre Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.
1. Say goodbye to meat, just for one day a week. ...
2. Recycle paper, batteries, plastics, glass, used oil, tires, and more. Recycling at UCLA on Saturdays!
3. Buy less stuff. ... Look for a "Buy Nothing" group in your area!
4. Save your trash from landfills and start cultivating a compost. ...
5. Buy sustainable seafood: https://oceana.org/living-blue/sustainable-seafood-guide
6. Make the switch to a reusable water bottle for once and for all.
7. Whenever you buy anything, try to support businesses with eco-conscious practices.