Environmental preservation is a time-consuming and laborious endeavour. However, even small efforts may have a big influence. By modifying our daily activities and preventing environmental deterioration, we can make a big difference.
Here are five green habits that everyone may practice at home, at work, and on vacation, as suggested by the urban farmer, Kushal Dev Rathi.
- Do not buy plastic bottles
Plastic products are among the most significant contributors to our dump. Every second, a billion containers are used, with only 9% of them being recyclable. The residue accumulates in our landfills and frequently ends up in the ocean. Plastic is like poison to our environment and also to us. Try not to use plastic bottles while traveling. Instead, you can use copper or mud bottles, which are also safe options for your health. Boycott plastic today for a better future.
- Recycling is a good green habit
No matter where we live or how we travel, recycling is vital to our environment. The majority of cities have implemented recycling systems, but if your town or area where you are vacationing lacks a differentiated system of waste collection, you need to get started!
- Plant a tree
Trees are one of the simplest and most effective ways to reduce air pollution. In addition to absorbing carbon dioxide, the trees produce oxygen, improving the air quality in the cities and contributing to the health of the residents. Planting more trees improves air quality and, ultimately, quality of life too.
- Save water
Thanks to modern technologies, water is a precious resource that can be cleaned and recycled. Aside from taking shorter showers and turning off the water when brushing your teeth, there are a few simple steps you can take to reduce your use of this valuable resource. Placing water flow restrictors is one such action that you can take to reduce the wastage of water by 50%.
- Use less energy
Why not install LED energy-saving light bulbs in your home to avoid the waste of energy and excessive energy consumption? It is a cost-effective way to protect the planet while reducing your utility bills at the same time. The new energy-efficient lights consume 75% less energy than conventional ones. In addition, you should always turn off the lights at home and switch off all the devices and appliances when on holiday in your eco-friendly chalet.
About Kushal Dev Rathi:
Kushal Dev Rathi, also known as “KDR,” discovered his calling in a rural lifestyle and practice and returned to his origins, giving up all pleasures and temporal benefits. The mogul is also an avid nature lover and a dedicated environmentalist who has been working to restore nature.