2. Keep your abode fragrance free and smoke free. Swap out toxic cleaning materials and eliminate household pests with eco-friendly products.
Use your garden for entertaining. Instead of eating in a restaurant, sit at a picnic table in your garden or at a park. This is a free and fun way to get social with family or friends.
6. Notify lawmakers and regulators to go green by phoning, emailing, texting. Use social media to alert manufacturers, politicians, and leaders in your community, state, and national governments about environmental issues.
your concerns about the direct environmental link between health, safety, and
climate change with the use of plastics, toxic chemicals in cleaning products, fossil fuel consumption, cattle raising and meat and poultry production, pesticides including Roundup, and contamination from manufacturing by-products.
minimal packaging. Set the intention to move toward zero waste.
What you buy and don't buy often speaks louder than words. Show friends, family, and community that you are reducing the world's carbon footprint, and soon they will follow suit.
manufacturers, distributors, and organizations who have made a real effort to create
zero waste, increase sustainable business practices, and developed and maintain eco-friendly programs and policies.
What things are you doing to conserve natural resources, use less plastic, eat cleaner and greener, and simplify living by using any of the methods outlined above?
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