When it comes to backpacking you understand the importance of nature and keeping things green. As a backpacker I have seen many companies destroy the environment while they conducted their business, but my hope was regained when I discovered that there were companies dedicated and certified to keep the environment from destruction. I have learned of corporate responsibility before, but these certified companies, by greenpro, who is also recognized by the EPA, shows a whole new level when it comes to protecting the environment by approaching business in a green manner.
My first run in with a company like this was when I met team npmagreenpro exterminators, I had concerns when I saw exterminators come in to help deal with a pest problem near an inn I was staying at in the countryside. Usually the chemicals used in exterminating pests are actually quite harmful to the environment. But they reassured me that their approach and the chemicals they used was approved by a certifying organization recognized by the EPA. After studying up on this organization, my hope and trust for some companies slowly returned, seeing that business and profit can be gained without making Mother Nature foot the bill. Visit www.atlantalobsterfestival.com for more information.
The Importance of Being Green
This has been explained a thousand times before, but I will say it, or rather write it again for the sake of it being drilled into the minds of people. If we fail to take care of the environment where we take our source of livelihood and income from, sooner or later things will run out. It might not be today, it might not be tomorrow, but soon. And though you or your children will feel little to no effect of this, your children’s children will definitely feel it and suffer the consequences of actions they had nothing to do about.
I know it’s a bit of a hippy thing to say, but we have to take care of Mother Nature in order for our species to live on and enjoy the beautiful thing we call life. I mean, movies like Mad Max might seem fun to watch, but I am quite certain that it is not at all fun to live. It may be a bit farfetched but if we fail to take care of what we have right now, there will be little to none left for those who will come after us.
I travel the world as a backpacker, and I see things up close, and while the terrible things in life has pretty much ruined a good portion of what used to be the paradise we call earth, I assure you that there is still a lot of beautiful things to save, that we should not have the mentality of “F*&k it!” and just continue on destroying the earth. There are now initiatives like GreenPro that shows that we could still enjoy and profit in business while being green and responsible in our actions.