Chapter 2 Nobody's Perfect - Sustainable Frugal Living

**Chapter 2 Nobody's Perfect – Sustainable Frugal Living**



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how can we address big environmental problems like climate change most of us start with our own daily lives with everyday behaviors and choices about what we consume and how we get around like Puneet who makes a point of not using a car carbon tax I might as well utilizes public assets compared to driving there's just such a big benefit if they go around no matter what Vineet lives in Delta and commutes by transit to school where he's studying business he values living in a community where the services he needs now and in the future are easy to access my areas design is such a really great way for the schools near vice to grocery stores nearby the elementary school nearby the bus stop was nearby medical services kinds of nearby recreation serves in your mind so because of those services I wanna make sure my I live in that area meet Tanya she lives in North Vancouver and works in industrial real estate Tanya also tries to be less dependent on driving and finds what she needs close to home she wants to help other people learn about the ways our everyday decisions relate to sustainability one of my volunteer initiative this year is to teach children how to grow their own gardens it's called growing chefs and so every two weeks I go to the classroom to teach grade two to three year olds with a group of chefs we just teach them about you know what it takes to grow a garden and then at the end we actually make stir-fry with the garden that we've grown so what stops us from being green why don't more of us take these kinds of steps in our everyday lives and how much can we do by ourselves yet I think one of the challenges too is that when you start talking about environmentalism people kind of turn off right you're kind of labeled there's that environmentalist label that I think people steer clear up because I don't know the history is too preachy or you know they don't feel they measure up or they don't consider themselves environmentalists many of us want to live our green values but maybe we aren't sure where to start or worry that we aren't doing enough I think that people are shut in because they see a list of things that they should be doing you know and there's lots of information about there you should do this this this and this and this and you're gonna throw up your hands because there's there's too much I can't do all that I think if we have the sense that we have to be perfect in order to start nobody's ever gonna start doing anything I also sometimes struggle with figuring out what I can do as an individual and I try making choices but it's just really hard I guess we don't all have that the luxury and the resources to be sustainable all the time there are limits to what any of us can do alone but does that mean that we should give up we need to really recognize that we are a group and we are collectively needing to make choices and decisions together and that yeah regardless of whether we're here in Canada and the Port Moody our choices and our actions do impact people across the globe and across the country and that to pretend otherwise is just a privilege that we have I think it's not just like we need as individuals to make choices about the environment but like we as a society need to make choices that enable other people to make choices about the environment

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