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Saving Mother Earth: 5 Things You Can Do to Contribute to a Greener Environment

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There’s no denying that more and more people are talking about how to be more planet-friendly, especially with risks of global warming, pollution, and other substantial planet-changing events that are taking place. Everybody from the people in your street to the most powerful organizations is talking about treating the planet better, but when it comes to a single individual, such as yourself, what exactly can you do to help?

Today, we’re going to help you make things easy by detailing five really simple yet really powerful things you can do or change in your life to help save Mother Earth, and ensure we’re looking after our planet, and therefore ourselves, in the best way possible.

1. Use Less Plastics:

We’re hearing more and more about the effects of plastics in our planet’s ecosystems, and there are even signs that plastic particles are finding their way through our water systems and into our drinking supplies, and even in our bloodstreams.

While it takes a lot of effort to cut out plastic completely, just cutting down and making decisions to try and be as plastic-free as possible can make a huge difference in the long-term.

2. Eat Less Meat:

More and more people are becoming aware of the fact that the meat industry is not the most sustainable, and whether you’re looking into how much land the animal agriculture industry uses, resources, of how much pollution it creates, there’s a lot of work to be done.

However, while you may not want to cut out meat completely, even just not eating it once or twice a week can make a huge difference! Also, try cutting down on other dairy products for the same effects!

3. Get Your Car Greener:

Cars are big pollutants in the world, and with several billion on the road right now, the shift towards a greener future is focusing solidly on the industry. If you’re ready to go all the way and fully commit, get yourself an electric car which is far greener than using a car that runs on fossil fuels.

However, even doing something like getting an emission test, or smog testing, for your car, can be a great indicator to becoming mindful of how bad, or not so bad, your car is, and then you can make the appropriate decision as to whether to scrap the car and get something better.

4. Be Mindful of Electricity:

Whenever you have something at home that’s plugged into a mains socket and is being used, it’s using electricity. This is created by burning fossil fuels and other sources that aren’t typically amazing for the planet, and although other more green-friendly providers are popping up here and there, just using less electricity, such as switching lights off when you’re done with them, can help the planet go green.

5. Recycle Your Waste:

Recycling as much as possible is a great way to maximize the use of certain resources and help to slow the current levels of overconsumption. However, this doesn’t just mean putting your rubbish in the right trash can. Instead, even if you have something like an old jumper or old item, see what creative use you can put it too.

Summary:

As you can see, going green doesn’t have to be a huge life-changing challenge. It can instead be a simple change of certain things in your life that makes a difference. Just be as mindful as possible and take each day as it comes for the best results in the long-term!

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