Many schools have already begun using recycling, but if we want to make sure our planet it habitable by the time our generation has kids, then we need to start making changes now.
Change doesn’t need to be hard, and in fact it can start with something small, but necessary.
What about composting? There are many different ways to compost, you can do it on your own at home, but I want to take it a step further. Not only should we start composting at home (reducing carbon emissions!) but maybe if we all push for it a little bit, we can start a composting revolution.
Contact your local schools and businesses, especially where you work or go to school. Ask what they’re doing to reduce their carbon emissions.Are they recycling? Are they composting? Even if they’re not, somebody there cares, and with your help, they can start composting too!
Composting in public schools can save them money (along with the benefits it poses for the earth!) It’s a learning opportunity and anyone can do it. It’s better to let material decompose and give back to the earth than to let it sit in a landfill for generations. Curious? Check out our pages to see why you should get involved.