A couple of years ago, I got in touch with the founder of Community Ecology, an organization that helps local communities to be more environmentally sustainable.
He told me that the most important thing for people to do is to understand what communities are like, and to learn from them.
The organization provides a toolkit that people can use to understand how their communities are changing.
But to really understand what is going on, it’s helpful to be able to look at your local community and see what is really happening, he told me.
In a sense, this is what community ecology is all about.
The goal of Community Ecologies is to be a way for people in the community to understand each other better, and how to create a more environmentally friendly community.
“The more you understand what’s going on in your community, the more you will be able as a community to create policies and practices that are going to keep the world moving in the right direction,” said Joe Gannon, Community Ecologists co-founder.
Community ecologists understand the problems in their community, and use those insights to create solutions that will keep people healthy, happy, and safe.
It is important to understand your local climate, Gannon told me, because if you don’t, the problems can escalate.
For example, in the spring, when there is a dry period, there is less sunlight for plants to grow and absorb carbon dioxide.
That can also have an effect on soil carbon levels, which can increase soil erosion, he said.
But the most urgent problem in our community is water, Gandy said.
People in our town have a lot of water issues.
If we have to flush a lot more toilets, the water table is going to drop.
In addition, water is often not treated.
That means when the pipes are flooded, people’s water bills can skyrocket.
So we are always asking ourselves, “What is the best way to deal with the water?”
Community ecologies works to address these problems.
Community ecology works on the ground by helping people understand how the water in their neighborhood and city is being used, and by educating people about the water-quality problems they have.
Gannon also works with people to help them get more involved in the water infrastructure and planning process.
“I have seen a lot from my neighbors that are concerned about the environment and want to do something about it,” he said, adding that they are often the ones that end up having to fight with the local authorities about their rights to access the water.
“We all know that we are a water-dependent society, and we are all responsible for the water we drink, and the water that comes out of our taps,” Gannon said.
“So we all have to take responsibility for our water and water quality.”
The community ecologists have a number of programs and initiatives in place, including one called “Water, People and People.”
The organization works with local governments and the federal government to address water needs and to create new water-treatment systems, Gaster said.
In his time working in a community ecologist’s office, Gaser has noticed a pattern: “People don’t really understand that they have to pay their water bills when they drink their tap water.
I’ve seen this time and time again,” he told The Huffington Post.
“It’s a lot easier to just be like, ‘I can drink this water, but it’s not a good source of drinking water.'”
Community ecology is not just a matter of finding the right water, he explained.
“People also need to understand that the things they are paying for, like water, have to come from the community,” he explained, noting that there are plenty of resources available to communities.
And, as the climate changes, there are always going to be other issues.
For instance, Gannan explained that there will always be floods, which means there will be more water to use, and there will have to be some sort of treatment plant in place.
“When we see flooding, we have these issues of water, and people need to have the knowledge to figure out how to get it out,” Gannans said.
For now, the most pressing issue is water use.
People tend to rely on the water they get from the tap, he noted.
But if that water ends up being dirty, the waste water can be a problem for future generations.
As water use grows, Gansons hope the community ecologies organization will help to solve these issues.
“What I am seeing is that communities are not thinking in terms of the resources they have at their disposal,” he added.
“They are thinking in the future, and that means they have the resources to figure it out.”
For example: “Water is always going on the market, and if we don’t have the infrastructure, we will always need to go back to our old ways,” Gaster added.
So the community ecology organization is hoping to do more than just solve these problems, and help communities become