- I want to switch from paper and plastic utensils to reduce the amount of waste and trash I bring to my environment. Paper and plastic account for a lot of the waste production in U.S. society, and doing this would lessen the burden.
- My home has plenty of space for me to grow some flowers and other sorts of garden variety. Plants like flowers can reduce carbon dioxide of outdoor air quality, and bring in more oxygen to not only the environment, but it could potentially improve the home's indoor quality as well.
- Picking up trash and/or working with conservation officers. Many people around the road near my family's house like to litter the place frequently. This one is more of a personal choice to me, and it bothers me that it happens so frequently. Obviously, this improves the environment by removing non-biodegradable products/substances which can toxify the environment here.
- Less shopping. While I don't shop as frequently as others in the family, it can be taxing on the environment (especially water resources) to make the product, manufacture it to stores, ship it, then use it. I think not shopping for much this Christmas would be a good idea for this problem.
- Recycling. No-brainer here. I don't need something that can be recycled. then I give away that something to the proper facility (recycling center here in Farmer City). This can benefit the environment by removing possibilities of throwing away non-biodegradable products, less manufacturing (less burden), and frees up affluence in my storage.
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.