If there’s one thing humanity has in common, it’s our planet. We might speak different languages. We might make money than other people. We might look different, act different, and have different opinions. But we all have at least one thing in common…the Earth.
Our planet gives us food, water, shelter and means of living- it is our home. It is indeed a living fact that we take care of it and make sure that it is protected just the way we wanted to protect our houses from rains and storms. At the exact manner, that’s exactly how Earth wanted to be taken care for too.
Unfortunately, we’re not quite there. Issues like pollution, depletion of resources, the rise of consumerism, and the “throwaway” culture have led to serious issues. That being said, the fight’s not over yet, and more people than ever are both aware of and active in the protection of the environment.
That is why I am here to talk about a few things you can do to save the environment.
Bring Your Own Bags
It’s such a simple thing to do, and so beneficial for the environment–– bringing your own bags to stores not only helps cut down on the number of bags needed, and by extension the resources needed to create them, it also means that fewer bags get thrown away into our already-overfull landfills.
Minimize the Use of Energy
It’s really easy to carelessly waste energy––leaving a light bulb on here and there, keeping the air conditioning on at home when you’re out at work all day––but it all adds up. Try to cut down on your energy use by being conscious of how you use electronics.
Support Local Products
What’s even better than a vegetarian meal? A vegetarian meal that’s made with local produce. Eating local has become kind of a trend in the past couple of years, and for good reason: it’s not only a good way to get some truly delicious food, it also lets you help out the people in your community who work hard to grow it, plus it cuts down on transport, which means fewer emissions and less packaging.
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