It's a slippery slope to focus on the big picture/philosophical mode rather than the here-and-now reality of living pragmatically. I appreciate the long-term benefits of growing our own food and reducing our dependency on imports and their tangential cost in terms of fossil fuels and quality, but I need to know HOW and WHAT to plant right now. I value the reduce-recycle-reuse concept but I need better recycling options than the paltry blue box DeKalb County offers (hello - Gwinnett County has gone to the mega-bin recycling/garbage cans with robo trucks picking each up every week). I want to walk to more places, but I must have more time to do it in the midst of work, school, and social commitments.
A Sustainable Dunwoody is a delightful and essential concept for our community. Let's make it a reality!