Sustainable Living

“Sustainable Living is emphasizing on the natural and renewable resources, rather than generating extra waste, thus reducing the resources for the future generations.”

Sustainable Living is an opportunity for humans to adopt habits which promote reducing the carbon footprint on the earth and do not harm the environment through their lifestyle choices as we all are aware with the hazardous effects of climate change and global warming on the human and animal lives. There many simple steps that people can take towards having an ecofriendly lifestyle, maintaining the natural balance and respecting the relationship between humans and their ecosystem.

Some tips and hacks to start living a zero-waste life

  1. USING NATURAL CLEANER: Take an hour close to research some home-made options for natural cleaners. Vinegar and water can clean most surfaces, and also the saponin from quinoa could be a natural detergent. By using natural cleaners you’re reducing the quantity of plastic packaging being made, and also the number of chemicals that are being introduced to the water system.

2. CHANGING OUR WASHING HABITS: This one is very important to realize sustainable living. We wash everything an excessive amount of. Not only has science discovered that our over-emphasis on being clean has reduced our natural immune resistance to diseases (which require exposure to bacteria to develop), but every person wastes tremendous amounts of water once they bathe, wash dishes, or do laundry. Practice taking short and times showers, washing dishes in a very sink of water and so rinsing them and lowering on the quantity of laundry that you just do.

3. STOP THE USE OF PLASTIC: Plastic never goes away. It takes immeasurable years for plastic to decompose. Plastic is found swirling within the ocean’s surfaces. It badly affects marine life. once a year an oversized number of mammals, seals, sea birds are killed after ingesting plastic or getting knotted up in it. It’s time for all folks to change to reusable bags after we shop and ditch one-time-use plastic water bottles.

4. USE REUSABLE BAGS WHILE SHOPPING: Whenever you head to a neighbourhood market or a close-by mall for shopping, always carry your reusable shopping bags. It’s never a matter of shame to hold a reusable bag together with you. Instead, it shows what proportion you take care of the environment and the way eager you’re to measure a sustainable life.

5. PRACTICE REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE: Reduce buying new products. If there’s less waste, then there’s less to recycle or reuse. Learning to reuse items, or repurpose them for various use then what they’re intended for is crucial within the waste hierarchy. Recycle old glass bottles or aluminium cans. Keep a recycle bin at your home and take a look at making more trips to the recycling station than to the landfill.

My capstone project R3 is also focused on promoting this lifestyle as this is the future. With R3 we aim to use recycled and refurbished materials to create tech-based products for the ease of living while promoting a sustainable lifestyle.

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