The Adobie Environmental Group is about finding out what is working and not working in preserving our planet. At this moment the group is you and me, and I am in no way an expert in the sustainability of our environment. I am interested in what more we can do to keep our land, air and water clean and how we can clean what is not.
I have been involved with Rotary since 1999 and ever since Rotary International added a committee called Preserve Planet Earth, I have focused some of my project work on the environment.
To provide environmental resources, share green travel experiences, support local economies who are wise to sustainability and to build on change.
I appreciate the world we live in for what we were given and how it was given to us to use in our lifetime. I value how fortunate I am to be able to drink clean water, breathe clean air and live in a city that tries to lessen its waste.
The Rotary Club is a satellite club of the Rotary Club of Chelan, WA. They are 14 member strong after one year and are looking for more environmentally focused individuals to help create sustainable service projects in local communities. The members will be embarking at creating another pollinator garden inside the BC Wildlife Park in Kamloops BC Canada. Check out the wildlife park at: https://www.bcwildlife.org/
Having initiative to go green wherever possible is something I feel we should all make a priority. There are so many companies and non profit organizations putting the energy into green initiatives.Learn More
Find green products for your home and business. I love trying new green products that we all need to use day to day and here are some I have tried and their attributes.
I am not sure that we can call technology green since high technology products may be made by using non-green processes. Let’s find out.
…the surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates.
…the natural world, as a whole or in a particular geographical area, especially as affected by human activity.
These include pollution, overpopulation, waste disposal, climate change, global warming, the greenhouse effect, etc.
Water covers approximately 70% of the Earth’s surface, where approximately 97.2% of it is saline, only 2.8% fresh. Potable water is available in almost all populated areas of the Earth, although it may be expensive and the supply may not always be sustainable. Source: Wikipedia
The number of trees in the world, according to a 2015 estimate, is 3.04 trillion, of which 1.39 trillion (46%) are in the tropics or sub-tropics, 0.61 trillion (20%) in the temperate zones, and 0.74 trillion (24%) in the coniferous boreal forests. Source: Wikipedia
Air is the most important element of human environment. Man cannot live a single moment without air.