There are some three strategies that can be used to promote sustainable living practices. In today’s blog post, we will be briefly exploring those three strategies. We will be doing so with a view to understand how exactly the said strategies can be applied to promote sustainable living practices.
The first strategy that can be used to promote sustainable living practices is educational. The objective here would be to get the whole concept of sustainable living deeply ingrained in the educational curriculum. If this is done effectively, the next generation of world citizens is likely to have an almost instinctive awareness of the need for adoption of sustainable living practices. But attention needs to be paid, to ensure that the whole thing is not just a question of getting the kids to be aware of the need for sustainable living, but also to actually get them to adopt such practices in their day to day lives.
The second strategy that can be used to promote sustainable living practices involves social engineering. The objective here would be to get the public opinion shapers to endorse sustainable living practices — including sustainable agriculture practices. This should be done in such a manner that we get to a point where sustainable living is viewed as a ‘fashionable’ thing.
The third strategy that can be used to promote sustainable living practices involves legislation. The objective here would be to end up with laws that reward people who adopt sustainable living practices and punish those who engage in activities that mess up with sustainable living. To get started in this direction, you can simply go to the SBCglobal email (assuming, for a moment that that is the email system you use) and log into your account there. Once logged in to Att.net email (which is seemingly another name for SBCglobal mail, according to emailaccountsonline), you can proceed to send an email to your congressman with a suggestion for him or her to propose legislation in support of sustainable living. The politician may not even respond to your email, but it would, at the very least, have gotten him thinking about the issue. And if a huge enough number of people send him such messages, he’d be inclined to seriously consider sponsoring or supporting such legislation.