Every year, a carbon footprint is produced by releasing greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide. Similarly, a food-print is also produced through hidden emissions of the foods humans choose to eat. Unlike vehicles, no one can see greenhouse gases getting released from a piece of barbequed steak or a delicious burger, but that does not mean it doesn’t exist. Some foods even release more carbon dioxide than others!
In addition to that, even though it is not obvious, there is a direct link between your use of energy and our environment. When you reduce your power consumption, you reduce the quantity of harmful fumes released by power stations, protect the planet’s natural resources and defend our ecosystem from disruption.
By following these tips and gradually shifting towards reducing your energy consumption, you will add to a safer, sustainable, healthier and more beautiful planet Earth:
– Minimize driving
– Eat less animals & more plants
– Simplify your life as much as possible
– Reduce purchases in order to reduce end-waste
– Replace disposable materials with reusable ones
– Recycle your Solar Dried Foods packages
– Whenever possible, make your own products rather than buy them
– Avoid creating trash whenever possible
– Recycle all you can
– Plant a tree or start your own garden
– Do not waste food – eat your leftovers
– Eat smaller portions
– Donate food rather than throw it away
– Eat organic food and go green
– Whenever possible, keep lights off during the day – reduce power consumption
– Invest in renewable energy production
– Conserve water
– Use natural, cruelty-free, home-made body & beauty products
Let’s follow these wonderful tips in order to protect our air, save our environment and prevent climate change!