We strive to convince others to be conscious of their ecological footprint. The small steps we take to support the Earth will be far more effective once more people take part in them. Join us in this movement and continue to spread the word about these small steps and the crises affecting us!
The projects found in this studio mainly project the beauty of our planet and teach us about the Earth. They are only created by the curators.
We are rooting for Earth! Let's save it together! As Chief Seattle once said, "We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children."
• Only add projects that are related to the studio's goal
• Only add projects that are created by you
Let us know about any other rules that you think should be added!
• If a device is charged to full battery, unplug it (this saves energy).
• Reduce your uses of non-recyclable products, reuse old products, and recycle old materials and transform them into new, useful objects!
• Pick up trash! If you leave pieces of garbage lying around, they will eventually wind up in areas where they don't belong.
• Walk or bike places if they are not too far. Vehicles, if they're not fully electric, burn gasoline, and this rises up into Earth's atmosphere, aggravating our global warming dilemma.
• Spread the word! The only way we are going to save the planet is together! Speeches are a step further, but you can also just remind others too.
• If you are having a beverage and you would like to drink from a straw, you can replace that straw with a paper straw or a compostable, hard, long penne pasta straw.
• Save water! Take two to five minute showers, turn off the faucet if you are not using it, etc.
• Unless you are grocery shopping, don’t buy products often. Not even off online stores! For example, when thrown away, the materials used to make clothes harm our planet. That also encourages fossil fuel-powered factories to produce more.
• Try eating more vegetables than meat. For example, cows burp methane, which has loads of carbon dioxide swimming within. They burp more methane when they are not allowed to graze freely. This is the story most of the meat at grocery stores have to tell.
Let us know if you think that there is anything else that should be added!
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I, @(your username), promise to follow the studio rules and take as many steps as possible to assist planet Earth!