Be Eco Friendly…!


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Move towards sustainability!
There are astounding numbers of people, trades and societies that are interested in to do more to conserve and shield our natural resources, but they don’t know how to initiate to be more environmentally friendly.
Eco-friendly, nature-friendly, and green are promotion  claims stating those goods and services, laws, guidelines and policies that impart reduced, minimal, or no harm to  ecosystems or to the environment.
To be eco friendly or environmental friendly it is necessary to move towards sustainability and pose no harm to our environment. We would start with conserving water, driving less and walking more, consuming less energy, buying recycled products, eating locally grown vegetables, joining environmental groups to combat air pollution, creating less waste, planting more trees and many more.
We could not blame a single industry for all the environmental damage. We all are involved in creating this disbalance and everything fits together like a mystery. Now the time has been reached that we have to do our part to save this environment and be eco friendly. The greener we will be – the faster we will create an entire ecology of living that promotes sustainability.
Firstly we should know that what we can do to move towards sustainability. Then we start to learn to make different choices on personal level that start to change your approach towards consumption of resources. The changes are surprisingly easy to make, there are more ways than you can imagine to begin to practice conservation.
To be environmental friendly you don’t need to jump in by changing everything, start something small to make the changes more sustainable and a part of your normal life. Here we are with the ways you can start to become more eco friendly.
Become More Aware of Resources: Start by living with a greater awareness of the resources that you use in your daily life. Pay attention to how you choose to heat, to travel, to use water and use products that were made by manufacturing practices. Awareness is what will allow you to then begin to make environmentally friendly choices.
Practice Conservation: When you will have awareness of the resources that are being used we will try to conserve more. This can be as simple as turning off the lights as you leave a room and as complex as making different choices when it comes to building your home.
Plant Trees: Trees are necessary for us to survive. They give oxygen, fruits, clean the air, provide shelter to wildlife, prevent soil erosion. Plant small trees around your home, workplace etc. don’t cut them unless it’s necessary, work with local environmental groups to plant more trees and educate others about the positive aspects of it.
Conserve Water:  Water needs to be conserved. Conserving water lessens the amount of energy that is needed to filter it. Few ways to conserve water are – take short showers, fix leaking pipes, keep the running tap close while you brush your teeth and shampoo tour hairs, recycle water in your home, use water saving appliances, collect rainwater in a rain barrel to water your lawn.
Change Your Travel Habits:  Driving and flying are two areas where you can make a real impact with environmentally friendly practices. Choose fuel efficient travel options, travel less and try to pick more direct routes to save on fuel. If your office is near your home, try to ride a bicycle instead of a car and try car pooling.
Use Less Fossil Fuel Based Products:  Find out what products and consumables you use that are made using fossil fuel based products and processes and use them less or replace them in your life.
Buy Locally Grown Products: An easy way to lessen your carbon footprint is to purchase locally grownup products. When you buy locally in  place of buying products that were dispatched from far away, you are actually supporting local dairies and farms. Apart from this, you can grow food in your own backyard and can sell surplus to your friends.
Reduce Use of Harmful Chemicals: Hazardous chemicals like paint, oil, ammonia and other chemical solutions when disposed openly, can cause pollution in the air and water as these chemicals can seep into the groundwater. The polluted air and water can have serious consequences on human health. They should be disposed off to a toxic waste site for safe disposal.
Composting:  Composting is an easy process that takes remains of plants and kitchen waste and converts it into rich nutrient food for your plants that helps them grow. It reduces the amount of garbage that goes to the landfills which pollutes the air. This way it proves to be safe for the environment.
3 R’s of Waste Hierarchy: The 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) waste hierarchy is the order of priority of actions to be taken to reduce the amount of waste generated and to improve overall waste management processes and programs. Reduce simply means reducing what is produced and what is consumed at first place. Reuse items means to use the same used items for a different purpose instead of sending them to landfills. To recycle something means that it will be transformed again into a raw material for manufacturing a different new item.
Buy Recycled Products:  When you go out for shopping, try to buy products that are fabricated by using recycled materials with minimal packaging i.e. the product should be environment friendly. Check out the manufacturing processes to investigate if it was made from recycled materials or plastics or chemicals are involved in its production.
Join Environment Groups: You may find different environmental groups in your city with whom you can protect mother earth and make the environment clean. You can also pull your friends and relatives and ask them for a helping hand.
Stop Littering:  To be eco-friendly we have to change our minds and just STOP LITTERING. Piles of litter not only spoils the aesthetic view but they also become the cause of nuisance.
Protect Wildlife: Stop such activities that lead to extinction of species. Protect places like beaches and forests that are habitats for animals. Join hands with local forest department to protect animal habitat.
Educate Others: Educate others about the importance of living an environmentally friendly life. The more people share an awareness of the importance of the environment, the more we can do together to conserve it.
Now time has come that we should take steps to be eco-friendly and play a very significant role to save this planet as we have no PLANET “B” to live on.
So when you are becoming eco-friendly???

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Unknown said…
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Unknown said…
Excellent! You do really a good job in conveying amazing information