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Interesting Ways to Keep Your Life Greener

Ayushi Raina
Ayushi Raina
Lifestyle
Lifestyle

There is a lot to talk about going green. Fortunately, governments, businesses and individuals around the world are starting to take action to support this initiative. From using alternative energies such as wind, hydro or solar panels to switching to low-emission transport options, from growing your own food to implementing reduce, recycling, reuse, and even pre cycle plans into place.

If you look at it, making life more eco-friendly just makes sense. 

If your daily behavior is more environment friendly, you cannot only help the environment, but also benefit financially, physically and spiritually. 

Whether you decide to adopt green environmental protection to protect the environment and save money, or just want to see how easy it is, every step you take towards a green life helps the world. 

If you are at initial stage  and want some ideas for sustainable living, here are a few to get you started: 

Turn it Off 

Saving energy is one of the most important things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint. Leaving electricity on standby consumes unnecessary energy. Press the off switch and you will see a significant improvement. The most noticeable in your electricity bills! 

Invest in green technology 

Want to go beyond just switching it off? Make sure that the technology you have is as energy-efficient as possible. In this way, you will use much less energy during the operation of the product, thereby saving money and reducing energy output. 

Covert to Renewables 

Changing the energy supply to a 100% renewable energy supply is a great eco-friendly tip for all homes.  Anybody can do it, switching is easy, hassle-free, and virtually all the electricity you use when you incur 100% renewable charges is virtually carbon-free! 

Consume Less Meat 

Being careful about your intake is at the core of a more environmentally friendly way, and reducing the amount of meat you eat can have a significant impact. Not eating red meat, even two or three days a week, can have a huge impact on reducing your carbon footprint. 

Stop Wasting Food 

There is no waste and no shortage. Not only is this a huge waste of food and money, it also adds to the amount of CO2 generated in landfills. 

Recycle All 

If you're thinking of a more environmentally friendly lifestyle, you already have recycling potential. But can you improve your recyclability? Almost everything from batteries to paper cars can be recycled. Before you throw it away, check whether it can be recycled instead.

Cut Out Plastic 

Plastic seems to have entered all aspects of our lives. Giving up, though, isn't as difficult as you think - take a cloth bag with you when you go shopping, buy loose fruits and vegetables, and stop buying plastic bottle. 

Use LED bulb 

LED bulbs not only last longer than regular bulbs, but are also much more efficient! This means less power is used and less frequent replacement of light bulbs. Everyone is a winner. They are also available in a variety of brightness and designs, allowing you to adjust the lighting to suit your needs or to your room. 

Fix it, don’t throw it away 

Repairing or fixing something is more eco-friendly than just throwing things away, although it can sometimes be easier and cheaper. Through the Internet, you have access to the tools and information you need to change anything. If you still can't change it, why not try something else? 

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