WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?
Do you think about what you're buying and the impact it has on the environment whenever you go shopping? Honestly, I think that would be the last thing on your mind. But the thing is every product we do, has an impact on the environment.
Work more on Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling. These phrases might seem outdated but they are still relevant to today's world.
HOW MUCH PLASTIC DO YOU USE?
Rubbers and plastics are non-degradable materials, which means that no matter how you try to get rid of them, they will keep hurting the environment. Like popping up in the river, clogging up drainage systems etc. One major way to reduce plastic generation is to go for reusable and eco-friendly products or encourage the use and patronage of more upcycled products. We have to avoid buying anything that will become an environmental burden.
CHECK YOUR BRAND.
We are all surrounded by many product brands that are in one way or another other affecting our environment. however some brands are unmistakably champions when it comes to reducing their impact on nature and the ecosystem. If you own outdoor space, for instance, you should consider De'Dzines' eco-friendly home utility products, they generate home utility products from recycled and upcycled tyre tubes which are refined to a very safe and usable form, reducing the rate of deforestation and hazardous impact on landfills.
Purchase organic products as much as possible; it may cost a little more than others, but it keeps harmful products out of our landfills and water, preserving the air we breathe, which brings safety to wildlife and human.
DO YOU CONTRIBUTE TO CARBON EMISSIONS
The amount of Carbon that is released into the atmosphere daily has a way of assaulting the safety of the ecosystem.
Altering your driving habits can drastically lower the magnitude of your carbon footprint in the atmosphere. Healthy habits like Walking, biking, or using public means of transportation as much as possible. Condense errands to make fewer outings and save costs in the process. Partake in, or commence, car-free days in your neighborhood. It’s also crucial to maintain your car regularly. Avoid open-air burning of excessive carbon emissions.
Environmentally sustainable practice is very vast and affects almost every part of our life as humans, from what we eat to what we wear to how we carry out our daily activities. if we carefully look into these areas we will be able to curtail the impact of our daily living on the environment.