Nature started to arrive in cities now in jars carrying fresh air from forests and seaside. Jars were left exposed to the natural air of forests, gardens and breezes coming from the sea, then they were sealed, labeled and transported to cities in hundreds. Each jar is supposed to hold up to 0.42 grams of clean and fragrant air.
Upon arrival they are handed out to stressed workers who submitted an online application. Allegedly the air they contain can alleviate stress for about 10 minutes.
The comment from Andrew McLaughlin, representative of the National Trust, reads: “With most of us living in an urban environment and having little time to escape to the great outdoors, we thought it was about time the National Trust shared just a fraction of our copious amounts of fresh air with the nation.”
This countryside-against-stress project is a part of the campaign conducted by the National Trust to induce people to spend the coming weekend out of town.
Source of the image: Newslite.tv.