Nobody is a perfect environmentalist, however, together we can take some honest steps to reduce the number of resources consumed and waste that is generated.
” The existence of nature is the proof of our own existence and everybody appreciates the existence of water, forest, animals, songbird, flora, and fauna, but unfortunately, these can be misused and end up being harmed.
The environment is polluted by various things such as radioactive elements, plastics, sewage, domestic waste and industrial pollution.
You’ll save money (and stop wasting paper) on purchasing notebooks and flashcards if you begin to electronically take down what you need to remember in class.
Take reusable bags to the store with you to grocery shop instead of opting for paper or plastic.
Let’s protect the planet and go green to save our environment!
Author’s Bio: Katie Baker writes on behalf of Eco Green IT Recycling, a company which provides electronic waste recycling solutions.
According to The Water Project, it’s estimated that up to 80 percent of water bottles in the United States never get recycled. landfills are overflowing with 2 million tons of discarded water bottles alone.” So getting a BPA-free water bottle shows the earth – and your wallet – love. When you’re not using appliances or you’re not in a room, turn off lights and other electronics. In a consumer culture, it’s easy to fall into overbuying habits.
In addition, it takes three times the amount of water that’s in a water bottle to create the bottle in the first place! An easy way to implement this is by connecting your electronics to a surge protector and flipping the switch when you leave the room. If you only purchase what’s necessary, you’ll not only be going green but saving green as well.
However, there are small changes you can implement into your daily life that take little to no time or effort and can actually save you a lot of money in the process.
Believe it or not, you can be kind to the planet and stuff your wallet - without much effort at all.