Seems like a lot of people are shocked (shocked!) at how quickly the environment began to heal herself from human pollution during a few weeks of global lockdown. I mean, really, people? It’s like tossing the smoker out of a room and opening a window. Of course, things get better. Basically immediately.
Aquatic life has returned to the Venice Canal, air quality around the world has improved and my cousins in Wales have taken over town squares and gardens. All this clean air has people wanting more of it. That’s understandable. I find my farm’s crisp clean air far preferable to the usual LA smog. Yes, I admit it. I went to Hollywood as a kid trying to make it big as an animal extra in the movies.
Back to the subject at hand. My question for you: once things do officially get back to “normal” how will you alter your habits? Mother Nature just cleaned this place up. You don’t want to end up being that smoker in the room screwing things up again, right?
As a goat, most humans don’t answer my questions. But the ones who have numbly suggested things like heading to the farmer’s market or buying an electric car. I applaud these steps. Every little bit helps, right? I have another suggestion to add to your list.
Don’t rely on your gasoline-powered lawn mower.
Every time you fire up the mower it adds up to a lot of unnecessary emissions. That’s just stupid. But I know you’re smarter than that. Also, hiring a lawn service that uses gas-powered vehicles to tow THEIR gas-powered mowers around town doesn’t improve the situation. It just passes the blame onto someone else (that you hired).
Automower® robotic lawn mowers can give you a superior lawn cut – as often as you’d like – with zero emissions. Just like your robot vacuum cleaner inside, robot lawn mowers are all electric. They quietly set to work whenever you schedule them and return to their charging stations after each session.
Ever notice how it seems like you always need to run to the gas station to fuel up your mower before pretty much every. single. cut. Nobody likes mixing oil and gasoline and smelling like the fumes the rest of the day. At least nobody I know. I hear there’s weirdos out there who do, but again, you’re smarter than that. And frankly, I wouldn’t let my kids breathe those fumes. I assume you don’t want your human kids inhaling them either.
Setting up your family for a fume-free future is easier than you’d think! Plus, you’ll get mad props from all your environmentalist friends. The lovely people at GizMow will get you up and running in no time.
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Mother Nature will thank you for it.