Project Clean Up Your ACT!
Bringing Environmental Awareness to our Communities
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“I think the environment should be put in the category of our national security. Defense of our resources is just as important as defense abroad. Otherwise what is there to defend?”
~ Robert Redford
We applaud the people and organizations who are making a difference to improve the health and quality of life in their communities. The horrors that plague our environment like air pollution, contaminants that afflict our water systems and toxic waste frighten us into fearing the worst for our future, if we do not do something about the cause of the problem now. We know that we cannot fix everything, but the things we can fix, we must get on the ball and get the job done.
Neighborhoods seem to be defined by the way they look, the houses that occupy these neighborhoods and the stereotypes that follow along with it. This thought process is so alarming to us that we were compelled to do something that would help bring a change of attitude to every community. We hope that everyone takes an assessment of what is happening in their neighborhood and work cohesively to change the negative aspects that are visible for all to see.
The concern about our environment, communities and the next generation inspiried us to expand the conversation of what we must do to heal the world and not add to its suffering. We hope that this FREE eBooklet will invoke an attitude of getting involved and making a positive difference where you are. The majority of these tips included in this eBooklet require no money; just time and effort.
The word ACT in the title of this informational guide is an acronym meaning All Communities Tidying-up! We hope this is a continuation of increasing environmental awareness by maintaining community pride. Let’s do our part to make things better for our environment, our health and well-being right now, before things get so far out of control that we won’t be able to do anything about it later.
“Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize we cannot eat money.”
~Cree Indian Proverb