Individual Planet Action; we are all super busy. With so much going on in our lives. We are rushing, planning, doing, and stressing about our lives, health, jobs, and more. So, thinking, caring, and doing for our planet and children's environment updates on the list. Keeps moving down in the priorities. What if we tackle just one little planet-friendly activity? One swop, one trip to the recycling bin, one change of item or product that will make the difference? Like Helene Keller said, " I am only one. But still, I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something. Neither will I refuse to do something I can do." I personally detest the fake grass invention. Additionally, I have always liked, even as a child, sitting on the grass and watching LIFE go on in the micro world of insects and other little creatures. This fake grass kills life, is terrible for the ecosystem, and poisons the soil. It is hot to walk barefoot, and the list could go on. We are lucky to live in a tropical country where lush nature thrives in this hot and wet weather. We can encourage natural plants (even weeds are better than fake grass ). Recently in the vicinity, we saw a government entity spraying herbicide on the plants, grass, and weeds growing just outside their building. We spoke with them about this poison, for their and our health and the environment, for the attractiveness of the neighborhood, and for allowing nature to be controlled but not eliminated. Our explanations were welcomed by the person in charge and he thanked us and promised not to allow it to be done anymore. Speaking to others in enriching and rewarding for all. One can no longer hide from the fact that eating less or no meat is saving water, energy, and petrol, destruction of forests, and avoiding greenhouse effects. On a last little note, it can be overwhelming here's a little riddle to help you: Q: How do you eat an elephant? A: A mouthful at a time I sometimes used to (still do) feel quite guilty when I bought something I knew was not environmentally friendly. Then a friend said that we make so many efforts, that in a circumstance that is unavoidable. After we have done the refuse, reuse, rethink, repair, rot, recycle...there may be a tiny little one that does have to go to the bin, dumps, and pollution.