Although It might seem there's nothing you can do about global warming locally. You think the problem is just too big.
As you know, we all contribute to the process of global warming. All of us have a "carbon footprint" the carbon dioxide emissions that we help create when we drive, fly or use electricity.
The first step you can take to fight global warming is to reduce your carbon footprint through conservation. Drive less. Turn down the thermostat. and Buy locally produced goods.
To help reduce CO2 levels on our planet!
As we all know we don't inherit our land from our past ancestors, we borrow it from our children's future.” This is the debt we owe to our next generation, We need to ensure the Earth is able to provide the needs for our future children as bountifully and prosperously as it has provided for ours. We are all required to make the most responsible decisions in which way we use the land and that we use the most innovative methods to preserve it.
We are advocates for traditional conservation options, like establishing protected
areas, to multiple-use and private uses by communities, individuals, and
corporations. Land-use done wisely, and with great care, can meet those
conservation and development needs.
Liberia is benefiting from a law that takes conservation, community use, and commercial use into account. The law protects certain forests, regulates others for community and commercial logging benefits, and their forest are used for multiple purposes, and aren't harmed unnecessarily, these land use and joint sharing techniques are providing very positive results.
Responsible land use isn't just a global concern it's also a local one as well. As
a consumer, you can help support better land use through the reduction of your
carbon production and the purchase of additional carbon offsets and by supporting
businesses and industries that are carbon friendly locally. These new approaches
drive balanced, sustainable land use for the benefit of all people, economies, and
the environment locally and around the globe.
Our Future generations, regardless of where they are living, are relying on us. If we make smart decisions about the way we produce and use our energy, our children and children's children will have the same opportunities that we have enjoyed from the same wonderful and beautiful Earth that we benefit from today.