World Nature Conservation Day is Celebrated on July 28 every year, World Nature Conservation Day serves as a reminder to preserve our natural resources. Awareness of healthy environment is seen as the foundation of a stable and healthy society. Everyone has a responsibility to protect the environment and each individual must participate in the protection of the environment. Together, we need to work for a sustainable country to ensure the well-being of present and future generations.
The good news is to make a difference, you do not need to break your fixed deposit or go to lenders or investors. How to save the environment by using simple daily activities. You can engage in small but important steps with your family and make a big difference from your own home.
OPT FOR REUSABLE STRAWS AND WATER BOTTLES
Download the marine threat known as plastic straw and invest in options that can be reused like bamboo, steel, BPA-free, glass, stainless steel or copper. You can also try using paper lying in your house in many ways. Use one side of your newspaper if you want to write. Use hand towels instead of paper towels.
START A HEALTHY FOOD
What does food have to do with conservation? They leave a great carbon footprint if not found in eco-friendly ways. Start new foods at home by switching to local vegetable and seasonal products. Carbon cutting options include completely abstaining from animal-based foods.
DITCH SINGLE-USE PLASTIC AT HOME
Disposing of containers made of single-use plastic can harm the environment. Replace stable methods such as stainless steel and stainless steel. Switch to cloth or paper bags instead of plastic shopping bags.
USE ENERGY-EFFICIENT APPLIANCES
Invest in energy-saving items if possible. Start by switching to LED lights. They use less energy and more importantly, reduce electricity debt over time.
START YOUR COMPOST
Composting is a smart and effective way to reduce the amount of waste that goes from your house to landfill and also to your garden backyard. You can take whatever is left in the kitchen such as pieces of vegetables, egg shells and tea bags.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BIRD FEEDER
The milk box is the closest thing to a bird feeder that can connect hands. It is a job for the children at home who will be happy to help with it. You can hang a bird feeder on your balcony or in a tree in your garden.
Turn the unused objects around the house into something more useful. Coconut shells or old tires can be easily replaced with a little art. Alternatively, food containers and pots can also be used for storage purposes.