Post By: Molly Hover, Upstream Research™ Marketing Manager
If your home is healthy and you contribute to the neighborhood, your neighbors will likely do the same and vice versa. Furthermore, your involvement with the city will encourage them to keep your area green and clean and you will likewise be encouraged to maintain it. This is what is what we’re calling the Healthy Neighborhood Cycle.
There are many programs across the nation that support initiatives and communities that are related to a healthy neighborhood cycle. For example, the Healthy Homes, Healthy Neighborhoods program in Tacoma, WA uses local events and word of mouth to educate the community on better practices in individual homes and entire neighborhoods. Topics range from air and water quality to gardening to waste reduction and show how families can make a difference for each other and their city.
All sources linked
Upstream Research™ original post