Analytical Community Project

Our community and many others across the globe face a common problem, litter. Not only does the littering make our community look dirty, it also significantly harms our environment and wildlife. All of this harm because of litter is 100% preventable.

By C. Conklin from Endless Mountain in Pennsylvania

Within our community, I believe that we should gather and work collectively to clean up all the litter that we can find. With the litter that we would collect, we'd dispose of it properly by recycling and upcycling. This movement would improve the health of the local wildlife and ecosystems. Also, it would make our community look nicer and our earth a lot cleaner. This is very important because the effort to make the earth a better, cleaner place for generations to come starts with us.

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