The Earth is our home, and by home it means that a place we can live on, breathe good air, find and build shelter, and grow food to eat.
But as generations and years come the more that we take advantage of our home. We build infrastracture that slowly destroy the air lands we stand, pollute the air we breathe and destroys the beautiful life we reserved for our future generations.
The question is when are we acting?
What is Being Environmentally Friendly
Being environmentally friendly simply means having a lifestyle that are better for the environment. Its all about taking small steps towards mother earth so as to make this planet a better place for our communities and generations to come. A good way would be to 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.
Today, I am going to walk you through a few tips on how you can be environmentally friendly, at home, in the business, and in the community.
The Environmentally Friendly At Home
Being environmentally friendly must always starts in us, personally. And by that means doing environmentally friendly practices at home. You can start using non disposable products and tools. Of course, it is undeniable that nowadays we have a lot of robotic and high end house tools just like pool vacuum, but just make sure that you carefully choose the ones that is good for the environment.
The Environmentally Friendly Community
In the environmentally friendly community there is more than just a good recycling program in place. Communities that are committed to conservation and preservation of resources work to encourage options like community playground, public transportation, green constructionand work to change the way that fossil fuels and other resources are used to support community services.
The Environmentally Friendly Business
Becoming an environmentally friendly business is more complicated than just signing on to a cap and trade agreement. Everything from the way that products are displayed and advertised, how waste is recycled, whether or not changes can be made to the basic operations of a business will all work towards making them more environmentally responsible.