Celebrating Thanksgiving by Volunteering

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Celebrating Thanksgiving by Volunteering

Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday in the United States, and this year it will be observed on November 26. A favorite day, it is a nonsectarian holiday that has traditions like all of holidays. For Americans, these include family, friends, a turkey feast, and a four-day weekend. But most of all, it is a day for people to be grateful for the things they have and give back to others less fortunate.

The history of Thanksgiving dates back to 1620 when a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England with about 100 passengers seeking a new home to practice their faith and the promise of prosperity in the New World. After a dangerous trip that lasted more than two months, these Pilgrims landed near Cape Cod. About month later, the Mayflower crossed Massachusetts Bay where these Pilgrims established a village in New England. Befriending local Native Americans and eventually forging an alliance with the local tribe Wampanoag, the two groups shared an autumn harvest feast a year later, which became the first Thanksgiving celebration. For more than two centuries, it was celebrated by individual colonies and states until 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln declared a national Thanksgiving Day to be celebrated every November.

Celebrating Thanksgiving by Volunteering

Today, Thanksgiving involves cooking and sharing a feast with family and friends. Turkey, a Thanksgiving staple, has become synonymous with the holiday. Besides to this main course, the meal typically consists of stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin pie. Additionally, parades have also become a central part of the holiday. New York City’s Thanksgiving Day parade, sponsored by Macy’s department store since 1924, is the largest and most famous. It attracts hundreds of spectators along its route through the city and appeals to a large television audience. It usually features marching bands, decorative floats, personalities, performers, and giant balloons shaped like cartoon characters.

While Thanksgiving is a celebratory holiday without a tradition of exchanging gifts, it does have gift-giving component. In the spirit of gratitude and thanks, volunteering has become a popular Thanksgiving Day activity. Many people serve the community by holding a food drive and helping at a local shelter.

Celebrating Thanksgiving by Volunteering

Yangtze River Plastic Pick Up

Not only does volunteering benefit the community, it benefits the volunteer. Offering to help people in need is a heartwarming and satisfying way of giving to those less fortunate. It can also be a wonderful way to make new friends, connect with the community, learn new skills, and make a positive contribution. In addition, the gratification of giving to others can assist with mental and physical health by reducing stress and preventing depression.

Volunteering does not have to involve a lot of effort or take a lot of time. For many people, it is an easy and profound way to help those in need and find great pleasure in doing so. On a broader scale, it can help find a sense of purpose, make a meaningful difference, and even transform the world.

Particularly this Thanksgiving Day with the current pandemic impacting jobs, time with family, and emotional wellbeing, it is more important than ever to be thankful, volunteer to help others, and pursue happiness.

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国际素食日 无肉也欢

假设
我是说假设
此时 你正在撸一根刚烤好的羊肉串
你的体内会发生什么样的变化 … …
让我们来做个计算题

一只足够肥美的羊约100斤(50000克)
一天需要消耗1250克的草料和500克的水
假使一根羊肉串按400克计算
每吃一根
等于你消耗了约10克的草 50克的水
同时
你还会摄入约16240卡的热量

这些数据或许看起来微不足道
然而
伴随着每一次的食肉行动
它都在逐步递增
积累之后或许是不可想像的

特别是这次疫情中
我们亲眼看到了日渐匮乏的地球资源
和岌岌可危的生态环境
有什么是我们力所能及的?

国际素食日 无肉也欢

国际素食日11月25日

如果减少食肉
可以帮助我们节约什么?

国际素食日 无肉也欢

国际素食日,是一个自1986年开始来源于印度的一个节日;原称“世界无肉日”,定于每年的11月25日,渐渐发展为一个世界性节日。这一天世界各地许多屠房停宰、饭堂医院监狱等会供应全素食品。当年就有超过950万人响应该运动。

# 无肉也欢

实际上,国际素食日并不是只有素食者才能过的节日,关心地球命运、生态、环保、公益的数亿爱心人士都积极地参与其中!

身为肩负社会责任的企业,水福来积极参与并展开了一项名为「素食星期一」的活动!

每一个素食星期一,我们能节省37,500升水!

国际素食日 无肉也欢

*什么是素食星期一?

素食星期一是由Paul,Mary和Stella McCartney于2009年开始的活动。该活动的目的是提高人们对吃肉所造成的有害环境影响的认知,并鼓励人们帮助减缓气候变化,保护珍贵的自然资源。并且每周至少一次的素食日能帮助改善人们的身体健康。

国际素食日 无肉也欢

*动物农业的现状?

全球动物农业用水量每年从129-289万亿吨不等。
人类消耗的大部分水不是来自家庭或日常使用。事实上,就美国而言,只有5%的用水来自私人住宅,大约55%的用水源于动物农业。动物农业占当今世界淡水消耗量的20%-33%。
动物农业占世界温室气体排放量的18%,这超过了交通运输总排放量的全部。

国际素食日 无肉也欢

此外,水污染也是由牲畜引起的巨大问题。大部分工业用水会在没有正确处理的情况下返回表层,然后这些水会被用于农业。更具破坏性的是,粪便和部分重金属被伪装成“营养物质”,如氮,磷和钾,并且被雨水冲刷进入更加干净的水体中,然后循环重复。

70%淡水资源用在农业上,这主要是通过饲养牲畜来实现的。根据几项研究,生产1公斤大米需要大约3,500升水,而1公斤牛肉需要大约15,000升水!

国际素食日 无肉也欢

*水福来的行动?

还有更多如上所示的令人不安的统计数据,这就是为什么我们水福来致力于通过素食星期一减少肉类消费。每个星期一,阿姨都提供新鲜烹制的素食,有时还提供纯素食,不仅美味而且环保。

国际素食日 无肉也欢

我们关心地球和我们团队的健康,因此我们采取了这些措施来减少肉类消耗,从而减少水资源浪费以及能源和资源消耗。这是一件帮助水福来实现使命的事。

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参考资料:网络数据 & https://www.meatfreemondays.com/

Water Scarcity in China

Water supports a country’s development, and China is no exception.

Water Scarcity in China

Despite being the world’s fastest-growing economy for years, China has been facing a serious water issue. The problem stems from rapid population and industrialization growth, which have spurred the need for water. With climate change and widespread water pollution contributing to the problem, water is scarce and unevenly distributed throughout the country. The combination of limited quantity, changing conditions, and pollution is making it difficult for China to supply enough consumable water to some provinces. About half of the country’s large cities, including Beijing, face a water shortage.

Water Scarcity in China

Yangtze River Plastic Pick Up

Water scarcity in China has been an ongoing challenge for the country. Lenient environmental controls have led to poor water quality and extensive pollution. Although factories are often located on river banks for water supply, the lack of water treatment plants results in wastewater being released back into the rivers without being treated. Besides industrial pollution, land use and degradation contributes to the pollution in China’s water. Fertilizers, pesticides, and animal waste is carried into lakes, rivers, and coastal waters. Also, aquifers are impacted as rainfall and melted snow transport pollutants underground. As a result, most groundwater in urban areas is contaminated and cannot be consumed.

Water Scarcity in China

To address the limited supply of water, China has implemented substantial water projects. The most well-known, the South-to-North Water Transfer Project, involves moving water from rivers in the South to the dry areas in the North that have dense population, industry, and agriculture. First proposed by the late Chairman Mao Zedong in 1952, the project was approved by the State Council in 2002 following much research and planning. Once completed, it will link China’s four main rivers – the Yangtze, Yellow River, Huaihe, and Haihe – and disperse water through three diversion routes, stretching south to north across the eastern, central, and western parts of the country.

Despite the importance, need, and benefits of this project, it is years from completion, generating new environmental concerns, and not contributing to resolving China’s immediate issue of water scarcity. To help improve the supply of consumable water in the short-term, it is necessary to prevent water pollution and tackle environmental issues. Cleaning up China’s rivers and lakes is not an easy undertaking. Industrial growth over the years has caused cities throughout China to be blanketed in smog. And, both are continually raising concerns about the safety of food and population health.

Water Scarcity in China

Air pollution in Hongkong

However, efforts are already underway. Earlier this year, The National Development and Reform Commission issued a new policy – to be implemented over the next five years – that reduces single-use plastics across the country, including straws by the end of this year. Non-degradable plastic bags will be banned in major cities by the end of 2020 and in all cities by 2022, with the exception of markets selling fresh produce that are exempt until 2025. Additionally, restaurants will need to reduce the use of single-use plastic items by 30% and hotels will no longer be able to offer free single-use plastic items by 2025.

Initiatives like these that help manage water waste and widespread pollution can contribute to improving water scarcity in China and eventually lead to more consumable water throughout the country.

Water Scarcity in China

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地球家园,与「青」同守护!

11.10  世界青年日

改变和团结所有人在21世纪依然是一个奇迹,因此,11月10日世界青年日,将全世界青年集合起来,传播希望与责任,团结如一人,守护我们共同的世界!

地球家园,与「青」同守护!

人生需要信仰,
世界的美好则是青年的共同心愿,
作为青年的一员,我们能为此做出哪些贡献?

地球家园,与「青」同守护!

 纸回收计划

作为立志为人类提供更加清洁水源的净水器提供商,水福来积极投身于许多与世界及环境保护有关的绿色活动。

而这一次的活动,是从2018年开始的… …

地球家园,与「青」同守护!

2018年12月,我们的管理团队从繁忙的日程中抽出一些时间来深入了解Green Initiatives纸回收计划。创始人Nitin Dani向我们的团队介绍了纸回收计划的目的。在水福来,我们对该项目带来的积极影响感到兴奋。

我们节省的不仅仅是纸张

水福来关心整个地球,并一直自豪于建议全中国的企业客户在其工作场所采用可持续解决方案。同时,我们将这些环保措施纳入我们自己的内部办公习惯。

地球家园,与「青」同守护!

什么是纸回收? 

纸回收计划旨在为中国的企业和公司提供负责任地回收纸张的手段,并提高认识,以减少纸张浪费。

根据Green Initiatives主任Ashley Fernandes的说法,废纸被收集,与其他原生纸浆一起加工,然后重新制成新的工业级纸张,供应给其他纸制品制造商。

该计划的独特之处在于Green Initiatives团队已经在亚洲纸浆和造纸厂位于中国宁波的工厂验证了回收过程。Ashley解释说,“在Green Initiatives,在我们启动任何项目之前,我们会进行尽职调查,我们的合作伙伴是值得信赖的。”

  我们学到了什么?

对于每吨再生纸,我们可以节省:

– 26,500升水
– 4,000千瓦能量
– 1,440升油
– 17棵树
– 2立方米垃圾填埋场

团队对我们办公室回收可以节省的自然资源量感到惊讶。我们知道,随着公司数量的增长,我们的纸张消耗量可能会增加。这个为地球带来积极影响的机会是我们决定与Green Initiatives合作进行纸回收计划的主要原因。

 加入我们! 

由于我们一直在寻找节约自然资源和改善整个公司的方法,我们很自豪能够参与这一重要的企业责任计划。我们的印刷室现在配备了分类回收箱以及信息丰富的海报,以提高办公室内部的环境意识。

如果您希望您的公司通过减少浪费来帮助环境,请 加入我们!

地球家园,与「青」同守护!

参考资料:
http://greeninitiatives.cn/view-project/paperback

地球安全,就是人类安全

水福来,
过滤和净化水的专业选择。

//我们是谁?

水福来成立之初,我们致力于提供、安装、维护滤水系统,提供高品质的饮用水。水福来在上海和香港都设有办公室,而在北京、广州、成都和澳门,我们也设有专门的服务中心,为中国多于25个城市的客户提供优质服务。

尽管我们的使命很简单,
但我们坚信,如果想为下一代留下健康美好的环境,
它是非常重要的,我们也为之自豪。

我们的使命是:

“通过卓越的顾客服务及环保的解决方案,促进中国向清洁健康的饮用水过渡。”

水福来的价值观:

尊重
地球健康即人类健康
关注客户需求
团结
健康安全第一

水福来的优势:

我们为企业、酒店等国内高端市场提供服务;

我们拥有超过10年与中国大陆客户、15年以上与港澳地区客户合作的经验;

在产品咨询、价格优势、安装效用和重中之重的维修可靠性等方面,我们将继续为客户提供优质的服务。

水福来拥有自己的技术团队,而不是对外分包。当使用任何过滤系统时,由受过良好培训、经验丰富的技术人员维护是至关重要的。我们可以向客户承诺,我们能提供高水平的服务和值得信赖的饮用水。

我们希望上海和其他中国城市能拥有干净、便捷的饮用水。通过我们的水过滤系统、专业的服务和教育方案,我们能为客户提供清洁的高品质的饮用水,并改善他们的饮用水安全。

Everyone Can Learn from World Teachers’ Day

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Learning can be defined as acquiring knowledge and skills through actual experience and studying. It is important because it improves awareness, understanding, and abilities that help people better themselves and reach personal goals. Learning often comes from being taught by teachers whose primary role is to provide this knowledge and skills. The information they impart, which spans basic facts, job skills, and cultural norms and values, is essential for improving people’s lives and helping societies operate efficiently. Much of the development and future of any nation depends upon teachers.

Everyone Can Learn from World Teachers’ Day

World Teachers’ Day, which is October 5th every year, celebrates teachers. Also known as International Teachers’ Day, it commemorates the signing of the 1966 UNESCO/ILO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, which focuses on the status and situations of teachers around the world. This includes standards for education personnel policy, recruitment, and training as well as the continuing education, employment, working time, and conditions of teachers. The holiday aims to improve educators, assess issues related to teaching, and advance appreciation for this critical job.

Everyone Can Learn from World Teachers’ Day

Acknowledging the far-reaching, long-term impact of teachers, he said, “Education is essential to eliminating gender inequality, reducing poverty, creating a sustainable planet, and fostering peace. In the knowledge economy, education is the new currency by which nations maintain economic competitiveness and global prosperity. On World Teachers’ Day, we recognize that our great teachers make these goals possible.

With World Teachers’ Day comes a reminder not only for the respect and admiration of teachers internationally but for the importance of being educated in current and varied topics. This year’s theme is “Teachers: Leading in Crisis, Reimagining the Future”.

During a time of critical challenges,
ranging from a global pandemic to climate change to conflict between nations to systemic problems creating unequal societies, education about big issues – supporting opportunities and change – is essential. It is the perfect time to learn about other important issues, like the threat of pollution to ocean health around the world, the importance of recycling plastics, and the benefits of clean water initiatives in preserving marine life, ecosystems, and people’s health.

As World Teachers’ Day raises awareness about the role teachers play in education at all levels all over the world and praises them for their contributions, it is an important reminder that education is continuous and everyone can learn. There are always new skills to master, advanced techniques to adopt, and ongoing changes to confront. Most importantly, learning is rewarding. It makes people wiser, sensible, and well informed to make better and more impactful decisions.

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Everyone Can Learn from World Teachers’ Day

入口安全,一招搞定!

全球洗手日– 2020·10·15

入口安全,一招搞定!

“全球洗手日”是促进用肥皂洗手公私伙伴组织(PPPHW)发起的,号召全世界各国,每年10月15日开展用肥皂洗手活动。世界卫生组织在2005年倡导,并在该年的10月13日订立,目的是呼吁全世界通过“洗手”这个简单但重要的动作,加强卫生意识,以防止感染到传染病

今天,你洗手了吗?

,是病毒在人与人之间传播的最常见渠道,保持双手清洁则是避免生病和向他人传播病菌的重要步骤之一。细菌和病毒可能通过不正确地用肥皂和干净的自来水洗手而传播的。像冠状病毒(COVID-19)这样的呼吸道病毒,会通过眼睛、鼻子或喉咙进入人体,传播开来。在这场全球性的冠状病毒大流行期间,我们更加需要意识到正确洗手的重要性,并采取措施帮助我们保持安全

正确的洗手步骤:

把手沾湿后涂上足够的肥皂泡;
用肥皂把你的手搓在一起擦出泡沫,在手背、手掌、手指之间和指甲缝涂上泡沫;
搓洗你的手至少20秒;
用干净的自来水彻底冲洗双手和手腕;
用干净的纸巾擦干双手或风干。

科普洗手的好处:

减少腹泻病患者人数;
降低免疫系统弱的人患腹泻病的概率;
在普通人群中减少如感冒等呼吸道疾病;
减少学童因肠胃疾病造成的缺勤。

其实,饮水安全同样重要

入口安全,一招搞定!

水福来Billi饮水系统

为何选择Billi:

优质产品
优雅,节省空间的设计
高效节能

入口安全,一招搞定!

*水福来是中国优质Billi水过滤产品的独家授权供应商。

能效认证

入口安全,一招搞定!

我们的Billi Quadra,Quadra Plus和Eco型号均获得了Global Green Tag金牌的能效认证。Global Green Tag被全球70多个国家认可,是值得信赖和广泛认可的生态标签之一

入口安全,一招搞定!
入口安全,一招搞定!

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Literacy Goes Beyond the Ability to Read and Write

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Literacy Goes Beyond the Ability to Read and Write

While literacy is defined as the ability to read and write, it goes well beyond these basic abilities to include knowledge and social development.

On September 8, International Literacy Day was observed around the world. Decided by UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), this holiday is celebrated to remind everyone of the importance of literacy for individuals and communities. Most significantly, it strives to advance efforts for more sustainable societies by making positive and lasting connections between “literacy and technical and vocational skills in policies, practice, systems and governance”.

Literacy Goes Beyond the Ability to Read and Write

International Literacy Day is often celebrated in empowering ways. People volunteer in local libraries, reading clubs, and storytelling groups to inspire others through reading. They also donate to charities that want to help eliminate illiteracy through reading and writing as well as provide teaching and learning resources. Perhaps the most endearing way to honor the holiday is to give someone a book.

As International Literacy Day each year calls on policymakers, advocates, and others to take action, it is the responsibility of everyone to continue this effort and beyond just reading and writing. Literacy is the foundation of knowledge in all areas.

For example, there is a need for water literacy and learning about water quality and watershed health. While most people know the benefits of water, they are not fully aware of its value, scarcity, and need for more efficient use. Water literacy educates people about water sources, clean water systems, the importance of water management and preservation, and the necessity for water sustainability.

Literacy Goes Beyond the Ability to Read and Write

Learning about water quality leads to understanding the suitability of water for drinking and other uses based on certain physical, chemical, and biological characteristics. Knowing about watersheds (the land that drains to a particular stream, river, or bay) is just as important. Specifically, when they are healthy and functioning well, they provide nutrients, clean water, and habitat for plants and animals. They move sediment from mountains to beaches and bays, creating diverse landscapes and environments. They purify and store water, and even affect air quality by absorbing pollutants.

Literacy Goes Beyond the Ability to Read and Write

Life Solutions understands the importance of water literacy and continues to provide educational presentations and seminars that broaden knowledge for organizations, charities, schools, and social enterprises about water quality and efficiency in the Asia Pacific region as well as the global pollution caused by the plastic bottle industry. 

As they continue to deepen their understanding of water risks and scarcity, they continue to share their knowledge with businesses, suppliers, volunteer organizations, and the public. They believe the more they educate about transitioning to clean and healthy drinking water through environmentally friendly solutions the bigger impact they will have.

Literacy Goes Beyond the Ability to Read and Write

It is their ongoing contribution to literacy, to advance efforts for more sustainable societies, and to help make a difference.

Literacy Goes Beyond the Ability to Read and Write

At Life Solutions, we continue to deepen our understanding of water risks and scarcity, and to share our knowledge with business and residential clients, staff members, suppliers, volunteer organizations, and the general public across China.

This is one way we live our mission of inspiring China’s transition to clean and healthy drinking water through outstanding customer service and environmentally friendly solutions.

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假日出行 每一口都安全健康

水福来出行指南

中秋将至,丹桂飘香。

十月,你可能终于能够见到久未谋面的家人朋友,或者到访一个你期待已久的小众旅行地。

终点总是充满诱惑,出行前记得做好攻略。

——水福来

01

请尽量选择人少的地方旅行

假日出行 每一口都安全健康

皮划艇游玩

每年的国庆长假,最壮观的风景不是山川湖海,而是人人人人人人人人人… 从前,假期「赏人」或许还能被拿来调侃,在今年则是需要严肃对待的事情。

而那些人少的地点,风景说不定别有一番趣味,也降低了罹患某些疾病的可能。

02

自驾游是很好的选择

若您暂时还没有购入专车,不妨选择租一辆喜爱的车出行。一些小众的旅行地,自驾游更方便,更是一番不同的体验!

假日出行 每一口都安全健康

自驾游

最重要的是,你不用因为乘坐公共交通,而陷入对自身安全的恐慌。

03

带上充足的口罩和酒精消毒设备

即使没有疫情,秋季的流感也是假期出游的一大隐患,既然你总会暴露在人群中,不如主动做好隔离吧。其实,消毒水的气味闻起来还挺浪漫的,不是吗?

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身体力行,减少塑料污染

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海滩上的塑料垃圾

还记得曾经看到过的新闻吗?那些因为疫情,重新变得清澈见底的湖泊。如今即使疫情已经减缓,出行仍要珍重自然,才会再邂逅那些美丽的风景,我们能做的最好的小事,或许就是减少塑料污染

如果您是长远出游,记得收好手中的塑料品,送它去到回收点;

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水福来 长江塑料回收

如果是短途出游,则可以选择自己携带玻璃杯或其他可循环利用的杯子,尽可能不要使用塑料瓶或一次性杯子,从购买源头减少塑料制品的产生

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水福来 Billi 系统

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优雅,节省空间的设计;
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经过专业净水机净化的家用安全饮水,有效杀菌高达99.99%,在外您不需要担心饮水问题。

水福来,给您与家人纯净呵护

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The Many Benefits of International Crab Fest Day

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To celebrate International Crab Fest Day, which is September 14, many people go to the shores with their crab baskets or to the local market to buy crabs. As the holiday’s name clearly states, it is about crabs.

The Many Benefits of International Crab Fest Day

Besides enjoying popular seafood, the benefits of International Crab Fest Day are many. Crabs are plentiful all over the world. Whether Dungeness, Stone, Snow, King, or Blue crabs, more than a million tons are consumed globally every year. There are thousands of varieties of crabs, and depending on the type, saltwater or freshwater, they can range in size from several inches to several feet in diameter.

The Many Benefits of International Crab Fest Day

Additionally, crabs can be eaten in an assortment of ways. Steamed crabs are most popular, but the succulent seafood is relished baked, boiled, and grilled. While they are celebrated in September, crabs are eaten all year long. Delicious dishes with crabmeat include crab cakes, soups, chowders, and stews.

The Many Benefits of International Crab Fest Day

However, the benefits of International Crab Fest Day go beyond this holiday festivity with tasty food. Since many crabs live in water and fishermen use the small crabs to catch large fish like bass, it is a time to appreciate and support clean marine waters. Pollution is one of the greatest threats to ocean health worldwide, jeopardizing ecosystems and habitats of many species. Plastic contamination like water bottles take hundreds of years to decompose and can release toxic substances into the water.

Clean water initiatives can help prevent pollution that harms marine life and potentially human health. Two years ago, Life Solutions partnered with Green Initiatives to learn about preserving the local environment and making a positive difference for marine life and ecosystems. Their efforts involved picking up trash along the Yangtze River that flowed through the Baoshan Wusong Pao Taiwan Wetland Forest National Park.

The Many Benefits of International Crab Fest Day

Over the years, the area adapted to changing conditions of marshland with fluvial and oceanic influences. Rich plant life, alluvial sediments, humidity, salty winds, and flooded soils shaped the development of this wetland along with the effects of tidal oscillation, water currents, and river flow.

The Many Benefits of International Crab Fest Day

Today, thanks to preservation efforts to protect the river water and the organisms living in the wetland, this National park is an admired, scenic attraction of Shanghai City. It features environmental restoration and cultural reconstruction, which protects the original wetland and creates a captivating landscape of large and small ecological islands against the river bank.

For those who have not, consider celebrating International Crab Fest Day. But do not be satisfied with just its crab-eating tradition. Reflect on the importance of aquaculture and healthy marine ecosystems. Recognize the dangerous effects of pollution and the importance of maintaining clean water. And vow to make a positive difference so that International Crab Fest Day can be celebrated for years to come.

The Many Benefits of International Crab Fest Day

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