Wisdom and Environmental Consciousness


  Wisdom and Environmental Consciousness

Environmental consciousness is a lofty goal, but it starts with individual efforts. You see, no one person can change the world. That’s why it’s so important to take care the footprint we each leave on the planet and to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves in this regard.
We all need to make an effort every day to do some good for our environment — from recycling more, eating less meat, or buying reusable goods that will outlast your lifetime. Doing these positive things for the environment is a habit that can benefit us both and make us feel proud.
In fact, feeling proud of our efforts towards environmental consciousness can make us more aware of our place in the universe and help to restore our faith in humanity.
Meanwhile, it’s also important to protect our children from the damage they might cause their environment. Just as we teach them not to litter or light firecrackers, we should encourage them to be good stewards of their planet. We need to teach them what not to do, so that they can lead more environmentally conscious lives.
As individuals, we should also try to make our homes better for the environment. The old rule "where there’s smoke there’s fire" still holds true.   Charcoal is an excellent form of renewable fuel that helps to save water and reduce waste. And it costs a lot less than fossil fuels in the long run.
That's why it's important to avoid wasteful habits such as leaving your lights on all night long. And remember: if you don’t want your house to be burning down, don't throw lit matches into the fireplace when no one is around. Simplify your life by being more mindful of the waste you generate in your everyday life.   
As we receive a gift, it is our duty to give back the best we can. Giving back to nature requires sacrifice, as well as time, but it's possible to live "green".   It’s a real challenge to save the environment every day and make a better world for our children.  
-by junior Maria Paskarova  
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"Wisdom and Environmental Consciousness" was written by junior Maria Paskarova for SAT Russian section, Summer 2016.
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Based on the results of the research, I think that it is important to have a conversation with your children about environmental issues. I would particularly like my son to understand how environmental factors can be connected to what he does everyday and how he can be aware of changes in the environment that affect him. I would also encourage them to read up on environmental issues and educate themselves about the problems they can make. These conversations should not be all or nothing. It is important for children to understand why there are certain things that are taken for granted and why some things need changing, rather than just being told what is right or wrong.

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