Many of us are extremely upset about what is happening to the environment and yet most of us continue to support and contribute to the destruction of the environment without even realizing what we are doing while sharing countless posts on social media about our opposition of it. The truth is that every drop makes the ocean and each of us contributes to the destruction caused to the environment with our actions every day. At the same time however we can use our actions to reduce the destruction that is caused to the environment.
Start with your own garden
If you have trees in your garden make sure that you do not cut them down at any point. If your garden is getting a bit wild and overgrown, you might want to consider tree pruning in Hornsby instead. Just like every drop makes the ocean every tree makes a forest and therefore any trees that you have are extremely important for reducing and reversing environmental damage.
The sad reality is that tree removal is very common because of many forest regions becoming industrialized and being cleared to build houses for the rising population. Another fact which you may not realize is that acres and acres of forests are being cleared every single day for animal agriculture because of the rising demand for meat and dairy products due to the rising population.
In addition to growing more trees and avoiding cutting of trees by switching to a plant based diet you could contribute to the reversal of climate change. It is also important for you to keep in mind that adding to the growing population means directly contributing to climate change and environmental destruction. Fortunately however most young people have already started switching to a plant based diet and veganism is one of the fastest growing lifestyles the world has ever seen. Similarly many young people are choosing the focus on their education and that careers instead of having children which brings hope to the reversal of environmental destruction.
You could even consider starting a small business where you grow food trees in your own home and sell the produce to people. This will certainly increase the impact you have on the environment because most food is not grown organically. Study your own cost as well as study the market prices of organic food and base your own rates lower than those prices so that people will come directly to you for their organic produce. If you ever have the money, you could invest in land to do this.