Simple things we could all do… By saving energy, you help save the Earth!
You probably know by now why it is so important to preserve it and leave it nice and clean for the future generations.
You may not realize that there are plenty regions in this world that suffer from water shortage. Think about that before leaving the water running while you’re washing the dishes for example. Try to fix any water leaks in your house and only wash full loads of laundry. Every little thing helps.
USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
All the people in the photo above could fit in 2 buses. Imagine how that street would look if there were just two buses on it, one for each side. Plus, imagine how much time would be saved, and how much less pollution would be caused. Use public transport whenever you can, or even better, ride a bike to work every day.
EAT LOCAL FOOD
Find local producers and buy your groceries from them, instead of imported food which may have traveled for thousands of miles to get on your table. You will help saving fuel, reducing pollution and, probably, will boost the local economy and don’t forget to bring your own bags when shopping.
Read on 22 ways planting a tree is beneficial for all. LINK HERE
How many more ways can we help our planet?
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Yay!! Spring is here and what better way than to go out and enjoy the weather. Let´s explore new things, make new friends, and make lots of good memories!
Take a look at what is happening around town this month:
Celebrate spring and the warm weather at the Annual Macy’s Flower Show themed Carnival at Herald Square. The flower display is a stunning compilation of design, structure, texture and color that truly juxtaposes the turn of the seasons. For more info: CHECK THIS LINK
Experience the best of Brooklyn at A Taste of Fifth and sample the savory offerings of many of the best local restaurants and bars while enjoying live music. Each ticket purchased will support a local charity of your choice. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
The Havana Film Festival will feature 40 films at different venues in the city that showcase exciting cinematic talent from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Venezuela and the USA. The films shown are those that enrich and expand the vision of Latino culture, and reflect strong cultural and social identities rooted in their respective countries. BUY TICKETS HERE
Celebrate Scotland at the New York Tartan Day Parade! Enjoy bagpipe music, and colorful plaid tartans worn as kilts, dresses, pants, scarves and more! The parade begins on West 45th Street and marches up 6th Ave to 45th Street. Remember to check out street closings! PARADE´S WEBSITE
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