Level Three. Collective.

Level Three. Collective.

By Michelle Lloyd.

New One carefully set foot on the what to him, was a wobbly but the only method, of crossing this strange but enticing environment. His heart did beat cautiously, almost was it afraid of making too loud a noise, because a little way below him walked the padded paws of some very furry and potentially ferocious animals.

In actual fact, the secured bridge, was all part of the walk on the wild side experience and New One had found his spirit captivated by all that he could see, feel and hear. It was true escapism for him to be able to walk in the animals’ footsteps, to feel the forest around him, as he glimpsed the examples of his focus below.

There was a lot that New One learnt that day from his experience of walking on the wild side. Walking in their footsteps had not been exactly as he had thought because far from as free to roam wherever their hearts’ desire took them, New One learnt that many of the wild animals natural habitats had been eroded or even destroyed because of modern day living.

Conservation was important. It was a way that each and every person could help to make for a better future. Both people and animals could benefit from conservation efforts and New One learnt that there was a lot that, even on an individual scale, he could positively do.

  1. Use your voice. We are the first generation to know we‘re destroying the world as it is, but we could be the last that can do anything about it.
  2. Take in information. Be Informed. Act Positively.
  3. Be wise to ways that you can conserve energy.
  4. Travel responsibly.
  5. Eat sustainably.
  6. Reduce your own waste.
  7. Watch what you buy through noting if those products help or harm the environment.
  8. Find ways to donate time, effort or even help out at a registered charity.

It was useful for New One to learn and adapt because he knew that if he wanted to be a part of a positive future, it would take a collective effort to do it.