Reduce your energy consumption
Reducing your energy consumption can help keep the environment clean while benefiting you personally. For example, using less electricity can save you money by decreasing your electric bill. Your CO2 emissions will also decrease.
A simple way to reduce your energy consumption is by turning off the lights when you are not in a room. Utilize natural light from the windows in your home or apartment instead of relying on electricity.
Avoid Single Use Plastics
Single-use plastics such as water bottles and disposable bags hurt the environment by polluting the earth’s land and water. Use Eco-Friendly Water Bottles. Carrying a reusable water bottle is an easy and inexpensive way to help the environment. Buying a reusable water bottle can bring you one step closer to a zero-waste lifetime.
Recycle Waste Products
Placing the appropriate items in the recycling bin is a small action that has a big impact. Start by having the appropriate waste collection bins in your home and office. Fortunately, recycling bins are inexpensive and don’t have to take up a lot of space. Once you have the correct bins available, it is just a matter of getting people to use them. In your household you could encourage your family members or roommates to recycle at mealtimes. It is important to make this a daily habit so that it becomes muscle memory.
Use Less Paper
every day? Fortunately, today’s technology can help us use less paper.
· Share materials electronically whenever possible.
· If you must print, go green by purchasing recycled printer paper, and always print double-sided.
· Take it one step further and use paperless notebooks to take notes.