With pride, it can be said that the urban and suburban community in Brisbane, Australia has taken a lead in environmental protection. However, we still have a long way to go. Small actions, such as leaving a drink at the bus stop or dropping a chocolate wrapper on the ground may not seem very intimidating, but it is assimilation of such litter that pose a threat in our community. The necessary resources are available and they can be used to encourage society to be more environmentally friendly. Through this photo essay, we aimed to illustrate the effect of small decisions on a larger scale that is our environment.
By Kavindi Thilakarathne and Indumini Agampodige