How to be a Responsible Global Citizen



Aveson Global Leadership Acacemy (AGLA) senior, Lily Nunenmacher, pitched in this week and picked up 5 bags of trash along Angeles Crest lookouts. She also created a Girl Scout/Senior Project Earth Day event at Cabrillo Marine Aquarium introducing a new plastic pollution portable exhibit she developed for them. (on hold due to COVID19).

These and other activities are ways one can clean up the environment. You don’t have to belong to a huge organization or go to the faraway shores to be able to achieve that. You can do it, one plastic bottle at a time along the street where you live or where you happen to pass by. If you want to keep the earth’s inhabitants healthy, you have to act responsibly and dispose of waste thoughtfully. It doesn’t matter how you chose to participate—only that you do.

Aveson Global Leadership Academy (AGLA), 575 W. Altadena Drive, Altadena (626) 797-1438 or visit www.aveson.org.

 

 

 

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