Green Cities

Scholarship Entrant: Adrian from Los Angeles, CA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Adrian: 13

If I could earn a living doing what I love most, it would be changing the world to be a better place as a landscape architect! One of my goals to achieve this is to create green rooftop and window gardens in large cities. It will change the world by creating a change in the mindset of the population by engaging local communities to work together to be healthy, reduce green house gas, lower temperature, increase precipitation, et cetera. Imagine if every large city in the world had the initiative and ability to be self sustaining and had roof top gardens. The impact on the volume of green house gas alone will be dramatically reduced. People will become more healthy from this, conscientious of the world and loving thy neighbor. My goals are to set up online market places where communities can obtain all organic fertilizers, soil, seeds and growing kits for a very affordable price. To lead the world to change not just the way we think but the way we do business and treat each other! I have so much passion to change the world to be a better place! We as a people, as a species must have fortitude to make a stand and do what’s right no matter what adversity we run into. To finish one of my favorite quotes by Alexander Hamilton “Those who stand for nothing will fall for anything”.

Vote for Adrian: 13

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