’50 Ways to Help Save the Earth’
, Revised edition 2016, Rebecca J. Barnes)
In this book are specific ideas on ‘How You and Your Church Can Make a Difference’ (front cover) …here’s ONE thing:
From page 114:
Reclaiming current land for wilderness absorbs carbon dioxide, provides habitat for wildlife, and inspires people to care about creation. Creating more green space in urban areas in particular can create peaceful settings, lessen stress, and help keep city dwellers connected to the rest of creation.
Some suggested ‘How to’s”
Beautify current areas
that often go unattended or unnoticed. Search on the Internet for "guerrilla gardeners" to read about volunteer gardeners who beautify public spaces that have been neglected.
Explore ways to further the current protection of green spaces-
be they parks, meadows, forests, or prairies. Check with your local conservation organizations for ideas.
The land shall not be sold in perpetuity, for the land is mine; with me you are but aliens and tenants. Throughout the land that you hold, you shall provide for the redemption of the land - Leviticus 25:23-24