Five Things You Can Do to Preserve Nature This Environment Week
2020 is one of the critical years for humankind across the globe. We have seen it all, from viruses slaying human lives to horrific cyclones, earthquake, flaring of the Amazon, and whatnot. We are seeing the biggest turbulence for sustaining our lives on the planet.
This is for indisputable that we all know that whatever nature can originate, it can eradicate. If we carefully think about the future and ways for our existence, we are left with nothing but to ACT FOR NATURE!!
Now is the time to take up at most insignificant things to protect nature around us. It can be anything, planting a tree, to the rehabilitation of animals, feeding the birds, to using Eco-friendly things.
With World environment day around the corner, let us engage to spread the awareness and drive change to help our mother nature recover for our betterment.
Grow plants in your community
Strategic plantation and greenery around our homes can have a huge impression on the environment. Not only it will help restore the quality of life in the community, add to the environment, and help combat climate change, but you will also set an example. Therefore, planting a beautiful tree is always a great idea!
Drive change for sustainability
Be contagious! Speak with your family, friends, neighbors about the actions you are taking to preserve nature. You can encourage them to make healthier, Eco-friendly options for the planet we share. If you have kids and younger siblings, you can guide them to understand the greatness and value of our natural resources.
Conserve and store water
It takes around 475-1,400 kWh of energy to filter 300,000 gallons of wastewater. Consider how much energy it takes to pump and treat water. A simple, water-smart action, like repairing a leaky faucet or pipe, can also save thousands of gallons of water each year.
Encourage the use of Eco-friendly products
Buy zero or less plastic and use a reusable shopping bag. Encourage the use of non-toxic chemicals around you.
Since face masks and gloves are a necessity now, make sure you promote safe habits for curbing Covid-19 infection and the use of washable and disposable masks.
Recycle and reuse
Reduction and reuse are the most efficient ways by which you can save natural resources. This not only reduces numerous amount of greenhouse gases but also protects the environment and a lot of money. Cut down on what you throw away. Allows products to be used to their fullest extent and dispose of responsibly.
Happy Environment Week!!