land use

1 Replace all or part of your lawn with a pollinator meadow
2 Grow some fruit
3 Don't make overpopulation worse
4 Share your knowledge of sustainable practices and products
5 Change your attitude about what constitutes "progress"
6 Adopt low-tech when it helps sustainability
7 Talk with others about issues of sustainability
8 Read and study sustainability and clean energy news sources
9 Accept that there is no "planet B"
10 Keep dead trees for use by birds, small mammals, insects
11 Learn to appreciate the intangible and all its value
12 Eat less pork
13 Eat less beef
14 Grow some vegetables
15 Reduce your consumption in general
16 Stop eating pork
17 Learn about soil biology and soil health
18 Learn about your local ecosystems
19 Research innovative sustainable products in development and give them early support
20 Waste no food
21 Question every claim and every norm of the currently prevailing system of destructive consumption
22 Write to your representatives
23 Change your attitude about what you "need"
24 Stop eating beef
25 Buy experiences instead of products
26 Study nature more and pay less attention to the works and doings of humanity
27 Support the economy of the non-material
28 Choose hobbies that help sustainability
29 Support local farmers' markets
30 Install a greywater system
31 Remove non-native plants on your property
32 Provide habitat for wildlife and insects
33 Plant native plants on your property
34 Promote healthy soil
35 Buy an insect house
36 Stop using synthetic fertilizers
37 Learn about organic gardening
38 Eat more vegetables
39 Become a walker
40 Use a bicycle
41 Get your electricity from a solar farm
42 Become a locavore or partial locavore
43 Learn about all-season gardening
44 Mulch or compost organic matter on your property instead of sending it to the landfill
45 Live with others and share resources
46 Get your property certified as wildlife habitat
47 Make good use of grass clippings from lawn mowing
48 Chop up leaves with a lawn mower for compost