- The Nature of Cities; Buildings with more greenery rather than all grey. Giving back to nature what we have taken.
- The Greenhouse Project; Integrates green building and design, efficient and renewable energy, recycling and organic farming into city living.
- Greener cities would give better habitat to animals, reduce urban heat, provide better climate zones.
- Urban Agriculture; planting in availiable spaces, balconies, rooftops, and even sides of the road, reduces a carbon footprint. Transporting and storing produce will be less needed with local grown products.
- Transforming Abandoned Areas; Taking areas that have been abandoned, replanting and using for wildlife reserves
- Pollinators; With a lack of green, pollinators like bees become more prone to extinction. There are ways to design areas and plantings that benefit them. Like has been done with butterflies and milkweed cultivation.
- Supporting helps in many ways. If you can't always make direct change then try the best to speak out about the problems. Have petitions and pressure government locals to provide a greener healthier urban land to the city.
- Seeing buildings in the city have always seemed so dull to me, the ones that always stood out and made me feel more comforted were the ones overgrown with leaves. Nature defines the world and how it works, preserving and adding more green back into cities is something I would love to see more of. I am already someone who cares a lot for nature and everything that's in it.
- From now on in my life I will see how much nature really does have an effect on everything we do. Destroying nature will essentially destroy us as a society, so giving back and making it a safe space for plants and animals to feel safe along with us. Hopefully being able to stop more affects climate change has and will have on the world.
A punch list can be for an individual, family, community, company, or city. It is the list of the actions you or a group will undertake and accomplish over a predetermined span of time—one month, one year, five years, or more. You can make different lists for different time periods—this week and this year for example.