Holding a baby plant in handHow to encourage others to preserve our planet’s resources

Sometimes the precarious state of our planet can be a bit scary. Careless human activity has caused global warming, climate change, animal extinctions, and other scary stuff – all because we are not attuned to taking care of our planet and its resources. However, the fear you may feel most likely comes from a feeling of helplessness. When you feel something that is potentially harmful is beyond your control, it makes us afraid.

But, when it comes to saving our planet’s resources, you do indeed have more control than you think. Not only can you conserve resources on your own, you can teach and encourage others to do so too.

And here’s where Reeko makes it real easy for you.

Below are cards you can print and leave for someone you see abusing our planet’s resources. The process is simple.

  1. Use this Avery-compatible card template to print standard 3-1/2 x 2 inch size cards – 10 per page.
  2. Write your first name in the line provided. If you don’t want to use your real name, make one up.
  3. When you see someone misusing planet resources, write what you found and how you think it should be done differently on the back of the card.
  4. Leave the card where the person (or business) can find it.

Each card contains a message like this:

I (YOUR NAME) think I see a way you can better protect our planet resources (see back of card). A forest begins with one little acorn.

http://reekoscience.com/ecology-ticket

The link on the card is a page that explains how to save planet resources and why it is important to do so.

You see, each person, even you, can make a difference. If your card impacts someone, they are asked to take a picture of the card and send to Reeko along with an explanation of how they corrected the behavior that was damaging our planet. Reeko will periodically publish the results for all to learn from.

Download planet resource violation cards

Ecology card example

-VIOLATION- of Planet Resources Notice!!!

Really? You did that?

Hurting the planet hurts me.

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