Increasing Nature’s Share is a Social Movement
What Increasing Nature’s Share Means
In Nature, everything has a share: birds, bees, humans, the ocean, the forest, and the atmosphere. As humans, our effects (erosion, loss of species, dirty air) are slowly taking more than our share. Resources are not unlimited, and humanity’s share keeps getting larger. If things don’t change, there will be little left for Nature.
The visual below is a representation of Nature’s current share after you consider the effect of humans.
How Our Social Movement has Increased Nature’s Share Since April 2020
We Created the Environmental Movement Negative Net Hiking
And it encourages leaving the space better than you found it. This could be a walk around your neighborhood, the park, or out in the woods. When something is not a part of nature, take it out with you. If you see plastic or litter in the environment, take it with you. Become part of the environmental social movement.
73 Negative Net Hiking Cleanups Completed and 561 Pieces of Trash Picked Up
We Promote Developing Plastic Free Habits’
It encourages you to look at the use of plastic in your life. Most plastic is single-use being with us for a few minutes or hours and will outlive the user causing harm to the environment. Join the social movement to find non-plastic alternatives for the items you use the most. You don’t have to shop completely “plastic free”, but be mindful of what is being used.
We’re Building a Diverse Social Organization One “Plastic Free” Step at a Time.
We host local social events designed to empower individuals to start making change. Joining environmental communities and amplifying environmental social movements.
12 Organizations Collaborated With and 8 Community Sustainability Events Held
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Every Dollar Increases Nature’s Share
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How to Help Increase Nature’s Share
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Visualizing How Much We’ve Changed Earth
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Cheat Sheets for Reducing Your Plastic Consumption
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The Frontline of Nature
National Parks pushed to their limits, state parks being deforested, polluted waters, wildfire damage, graffiti, and human impacts at its...
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Increase Earth’s Share
I’m not very vocal on social media, but if this positively affects one person to make a change, then I’ve succeeded. This post is somethi...
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Being A Shareholder
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Mar 05, 2021 / Read More
Reflections From Our Covid Roadtrip ️
We saw firsthand how Instagram & Influencers have made National Parks and our wild space more popular but put them at risk at the same ti...
Feb 18, 2021 / Read More
How Trash Became Treasure
Since Covid-19 started, I’ve been taking more walks around my neighborhood. Something I didn’t regularly do. On these walks, what I began...
Dec 07, 2020 / Read More
Negative Net Hiking
Written and edited in collaboration with Grace Dang
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