With 4.2 billion people constantly active on Instagram every single day, it is no wonder that most of the initiatives – be it small or big – are able to reach out to their target audience on digital platforms. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and many other social networking sites or applications have successfully connected businesses and organizations to scores of people out there. But, as easy as promoting your idea, concept or business on social media platform sounds – the reality is a tad bit different and difficult. Promoting your initiative on social media platforms like Instagram isn’t an overnight process. Especially if the initiative is about going green or staying green. Given below are 5 ways to promote your green initiative on Instagram without losing your sleep.
Green electric bicycles are innovative and they seem to possess the power of changing the way we commute. Almost all vehicles use non-renewable fuels. Whenever fossil fuels are burnt harmful carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide are produced. These gases mix with the environment and pollute the atmosphere of earth. The more we use fossil fuel powered vehicles the more pollutants will mix with the air.
Water is probably most important resource on earth, since the very birth of human civilization, people has move to settle close to water. No life is possible without water, as right now around there is really no problems with water availability. In 2008, The US EPA said a survey had found that 36 states were anticipating local, regional or statewide water shortage by 2013.
With the urgent need to reduce our carbon footprint on the planet , all of us should adopt eco-friendly practices and habits everywhere, be it at our home, workplace or even on our vacation. Our most important asset is our children so we should inculcate in them the same green practices and make them responsible citizens of a green future. And what can work better than to learn it at school, where they spend the maximum time for the day? Schools are adopting more and more such practices and teaching the children the nuances of being an eco-aware individual as well.