There's no clear cut way to engage a community, however, people are more inclined to engage when they feel as if their opinion matters. Many people that would like to see positive changes in their neighborhood don't because either they don't know where to start or they feel disconnected from their own community. "Getting in the field" and interacting with people in real time is an effective way to gather opinions on how people feel about their communities. Not only this, but they're able to express their concerns and share ideas on how to mobilize the people in their area to make significant changes. When people feel as if they're being heard, they're more likely to want to be involved. When people become involved and find passion in making change, they band together to create movements. We're able to organize movements when we network and find those whose goals align with our own. You can relate this back to the Greenhive Program, as our common goal would be implementing landscaping changes that promote sustainability and reduced emissions. The movement goes further when we expand our network and find more like-minded people that want to actually work towards seeing change.