Your grass lawn is a global disaster:

The issues with grass lawns:
Grass lawns found predominantly in first-world countries have become a staple in landscaping and development, occupying huge amounts of land and resources. Whilst the immaculate grass lawns have become a dream to many, the history behind this obsession carries a dark past and has dominated vast amounts of land that could otherwise be used far more efficiently.
In the United States, nearly three trillion gallons of water is sprinkled onto grass lawns every year. Along with 200 million gallons of petroleum for mowers and 3.2 million kilograms of pesticides for weed infestation. While grass is a natural blanket for soil, the lawns found in neighbourhoods, streets etc, exclude native plant and tree species reducing wildlife and biodiversity as a whole.