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Living in a Green Neighborhood Should Be Something You’re Aiming For

In recent times, the world is being confronted with the harsh fact that the climate emergency is worsening with every action the world leaders fail to take. These disasters that the planet is currently experiencing, like weather changes, melting glaciers, rising sea levels, etc., will only worsen unless everyone steps up and decides to make some changes in their lifestyles. Individual activities range from making more informed decisions, lessening meat consumption, traveling by land, supporting sustainable brands, and living in green urban areas and neighborhoods.   Uy, these things matter, but everyone needs to urge their governments to take the necessary steps and decrease carbon emissions.ltimatel

Why Living In Sustainable Neighborhoods Matters More Than Ever

It is well-known that living a more sustainable life offers numerous health and environmental advantages. With all the pollution in the air, water, noise, and heatwaves, and other forms of modern-day environmental stress, it will be wise for many areas to adopt green urban planning and for you to live in one. If you still need more reasons to embrace green urbanism and relocate into one, consider the following:

  • Nature is good for your health.

Do you know that even having a few plants in your house has multiple benefits for your mental and physical health? So, you can imagine what it would be like if your house were surrounded by nature. Additionally, living in a green area means you’ll have more opportunities to walk with your dogs and family to go around your neighborhood.

There will also be parks where you can relax, go jogging, and biking while breathing cleaner air. All these are vital, especially if you have a job that requires you to be in a relaxed state and a quiet place, like a yoga teacher, senior care advisor, or writer.

  • You will have lesser exposure to pollution.

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It’s pretty common for people to think about air pollution whenever pollution is the topic. But there are more kinds of pollution that you should be worried about, as they have adverse effects on your health. These pollutions include water, noise, and light pollution, and constant exposure to these can increase your stress levels, weaken your immune system, and even negatively affect your mood.

But choosing to live in a green neighborhood where houses are strategically located to lessen exposure to the sources of these kinds of pollution means you can have a quiet time at home.

  • You have more chances to shop for sustainable goods.

Living an eco-friendly lifestyle and having a healthy diet is vital to maintaining good health, which helps your immune system become stronger. The bad news is that you can’t trust most food that you can from most supermarkets because, chances are, most of them are produced without much care.

Even the fruits and vegetables they market as fresh will likely have many chemicals like pesticides in them that could damage your body and even poison you. If you choose to live in a green neighborhood, this problem is less common because you have better access to food cultivated by local farmers who are more trustworthy than supermarket chains.

  • You will not go through a terrible

Climate change is real, and if you go on your social media or watch the news, you will know more about how the world is going through this crisis right now. Experts expect this problem to continue, and more people will suffer, with more places becoming unlivable due to extreme heat, rising sea levels, and natural disasters. If you’ve noticed that the heat was nearly unbearable these past summers, then expect worse ones in the years to come.

But green urban planning in neighborhoods can help lessen the effects of these challenges, as houses in these neighborhoods are designed and built to allow better ventilation even during the warmest month.

  • You will have more chances to join community-building events.

Since 2020, socializing has massively changed in unpredictable ways, but it doesn’t mean you can’t build a circle or, better yet: a community. Having one would mean you would have more chances of meeting like-minded people who would help tackle social and environmental problems and help you be part of something bigger.

There are endless benefits once you decide to live in a sustainable neighborhood. It may not be a decision you can make overnight, but it should be something you should work for. Consider it as your contribution to making the world a better place.


The Author

Amelia Brown

Amelia Brown is an enthusiastic writer and a devoted parent who believes in the transformative power of shared knowledge. With a strong background in education and a flair for storytelling, Amelia brings a unique perspective to Family Badge. As a hands-on mother of three, she knows the joys and challenges of parenting inside out. When she's not crafting engaging articles for the blog, Amelia enjoys exploring the great outdoors with her family, trying out new DIY projects, or cheering on her favorite sports teams. Her friendly and approachable style makes her an invaluable member of the Family Badge team, offering practical guidance and heartfelt insights to fellow parents on their journey of creating loving and thriving families.

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