It’s My Environment”

Question of the Week: What Outdoor Plans Have You Made to Enjoy Your Environment This Spring?

Spring has sprung (at least meteorologically), the days will be getting longer and warmer. This new season offers much for many of us, including the ability to get outdoors to exercise and play, visit a park or zoo, or just to breathe in the fresh air and enjoy your environment. While you’re at it, why not check out our new video project, “It’s My Environment”, and be a part of something new and innovative.

What outdoor plans have you made to enjoy your environment this Spring?

Each week we ask a question related to the environment. Please let us know your thoughts as comments. Feel free to respond to earlier comments or post new ideas. Previous questions.

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Pregunta de la Semana: ¿Qué tipo de planes al aire libre tiene para disfrutar de su medio ambiente esta primavera?

La primavera ha comenzado (al menos meteorológicamente hablando), los días empiezan a ser más largos y cálidos. Esta nueva temporada nos ofrece mucho, inclusive la habilidad para salir al aire libre a hacer ejercicios y jugar, visitar un parque o zoológico, o hasta respirar el aire fresco y disfrutar de nuestro medio ambiente. Mientras tanto, por qué no se entera de nuestro nuevo proyecto de video, “Es mi medio ambiente”, y participe en un esfuerzo nuevo e innovador.

¿Qué tipo de planes al aire libre tiene para disfrutar de su medio ambiente esta primavera?

Cada semana hacemos una pregunta relacionada al medio ambiente. Por favor comparta con nosotros sus pensamientos y comentarios. Siéntase en libertad de responder a comentarios anteriores o plantear nuevas ideas. Preguntas previas.

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