Network Green is helping the world,
to “Green Living, Eco Friendly, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle” by educating, informinh and providing resources on how to reduce, reuse, and recycle within the home, as a family, and at work. Green living means learning more about our natural resources, reduce waste, reduce our carbon footprint, use Eco friendly products in our daily lives, and look for ways to harness the solar power of the sun.
By creating a sustainable lifestyle and implementing a plan to reduce the use of our resources, we will have to make changes and alter methods of transportation, our diet, energy consumption, quit polluting our water supplies and stop pollutants being released into the air we breath. This is a lifestyle change, but it can be done and it starts with being informed and in our daily lives making an effort each day to to live a greener life.
Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626) said it best, “Knowledge is Power”. With the right information, tools, dedication, and support, together we can begin to change the way we live, begin to reduce our landfills, think of other ways to reuse products, reduce our footprint, and increase the awareness and importance of recycling.
Natural resources are defined as either biotic or abiotic. Biotic resources are mineral fuels, wildlife, animals, marine life and organisms, forests, and many products that are derived from these various types of resources. Abiotics are found in the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the land in which we live. Many abiotic resources include mineral ores such as gold, iron, and copper.
*Abiotic – A physical rather than biological; not derived from living organisms.
*Biotic – Relate to or a result from living things, especially in their ecological relations.
“It is our future generations who are
going to live our legacy and it is our legacy
that will choose our future generation’s legacy.”