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Being eco-friendly isn’t about drastic change and massive overhaul. It’s not about spending loads of extra money in the hope of making it back someday. It’s not about sacrificing how you live your life. It really can be done with just a few small changes that you'll barely notice.
Why is everyone suddenly talking about sustainability? It is the same as discussing climate change and the environment? What does it mean for our food, travel or energy to be sustainable? Here is what you need to know about sustaining our planet and what our future could look like.
We talk about sustainability and climate change, about how to fight it, how to live green and how to raise awareness. Often, we wonder what it will take for people to understand the serious situation our planet is in. Do we need more numbers? Why isn’t it enough to say entire islands will disappear soon? Sometimes, we need to see it with our own eyes.
Less hunger in the world, a smaller carbon footprint for each of us, more agricultural space, lower greenhouse gases, less water waste and smaller economic losses – it sounds wonderful, but unattainable. The truth is, it can all be done with one simple change: the amount of food wasted on a daily basis.
Travelling is great, but between the transportation, the accommodation, the food on the road, all the energy spent on organised tours and on luxury we don’t give ourselves at home… our dreams can be potentially damaging the environment. Here are some tips on reducing waste and saving energy on your next trip to become a green traveller.
Every year we lose species, every year nature as well as wildlife is suffering as a result of human behaviour and it’s even worse than we thought. A new report from London Zoological Society claims that the world’s wildlife population has halved in the past 40 years making the situation worse than previously thought.