Eco-Friendly Way of Living



It is revealed in several studies how the earth is deteriorating and the way the environment is being polluted by the human acts. Many people are not yet having the understandings that we couldn’t reverse the entire world as it was before. Sustainability is just not within their vocabulary!

Now is the time to wake up from your deep sleep and be part of the “go green” campaign to minimize the carbon footprint and guard planet earth. Carbon footprint is in fact the greenhouse gas emissions of the businesses, celebration, product or service or person. Every single steps and wrong decision had the ability to add up to the negative situation of the environment.

Based on the studies and research, here’s the 3 sections of one’s life that contributes 75% on the environmental destruction. These are listed in accordance with priority.

• Our food intake
• How we travel
• The water and energy efficiency of our houses and gardens

It’s actually how we run the home, not preserving the whales or polar bears which can do the greatest for the planet. Annually, 20% of the carbon footprints came from home activities such as cooking food, cooling and heating and utilization of electrical appliances and gadgets. According to studies, our choice of foods or any other product shows more adverse reactions when compared to the home energy consumption and transportation.

Eat more local foods. Shop at your local farmer’s market or organic foods shop. Find local, seasonal foods that have not traveled long miles to reach you. Then learn to garden compost your waste material.

We’re hearing more and more with regards to the result which our purchasing habits are having on the planet. Make a list of your purchases for the week of for a month so that you will not be heading often to the stores and buy products which are not processed. This way of shopping is healthier for both humans and the environment.

If you want healthier life, it is advisable to eat vegetables and fruit and take control of your meat consumption. In environmental point, it will also help the food footprint of each and every individual considering that based on studies almost 20% of the gas emissions are associated to meat consumption. For this reason, make an effort to give up meat once or twice per week.

Going green isn’t just good for the environment; it’s also beneficial for you. Sustainable way of life elevates a home’s overall quality of life by improving air and water quality and reducing carbon footprint. If we wish our future generations to savor the same standard of living we’ve encountered today, we need to act and start making a change. If all is going to take part on it, only then we could have a better place to give to our future generation.