Bring Your Own Bag to the Market
One of the negative environmental impacts; It is the pollution of plastics in the different ecosystems of our planet, affecting each of the species that coexist on it. Intercultural Fest creates educational campaigns to guide the community to the reuse of plastic bags and their final disposal and the permanent use of cloth bags.
As part of the inclusion of each of the cultures of the different countries, there is the identification of the signage in specific places with the respective translation for their understanding.
Green Zone Space"
The contribution to the environment lies in the generation of positive environmental impacts within the community, ensuring the sustainability of a green area and its care.
Green zones are areas created by local governments to promote sustainable practices, reduce environmental impacts, and revitalize an area. They can be created in a variety of ways, including zoning a specific area as a stationary “Green Zone” or drafting green zones to create floating zones, whereby a neighborhood can petition to adopt the floating zone .
To guide the different communities on different environmental issues, generating workshops aimed at showing alternatives in waste management and its transformation, contribution to the environment.
Plant trees. Consult your local environment authorities to determine the type and number of trees needed, as well as the location for planting.
Hold an environment-themed photo contest at a local school. Reward the winner with a tree planted in their honor or another green form of recognition.
Challenge all students to add at least one green habit to their daily lives. Inspire others by sharing your actions on social media. Habits might include:
Using a reusable water bottle or coffee mug rather than disposable products.
Changing to energy-saving lightbulbs.
Setting a time limit for your shower to reduce water consumption.