Consumers, nowadays, are focusing on buying greener products. Sustainability is a very popular term among millennials. This concern for the environment has led to many advances and technological breakthroughs. However, there are many issues left which we need to address. This is particularly the case when it comes to our methods of production. Factories are amongst the primary causes of pollution. Unless they become eco-friendly factories, there’s no hope for any respite. Some changes are easy but even though others may be trickier and more expensive to carry out, still they are essential for the planet’s future well-being.
Are you tired of your kids wanting to do something creative and asking you to buy expensive paints and oils? Well, there’s something you can do to remedy it. Well, you can opt for eco-friendly paints. However, it’d be much better if, rather than opting for new toys and gadgets all the time, you teach your kids the importance of recycling and reusing old products. You can easily do this by utilizing waste products for eco-friendly DIY arts and crafts projects. Not only these would save your money, in addition, they would also help you in saving the environment. In fact, there is no dearth of creative ideas to transform old, unused boxes, juice cartons, cereal boxes, milk jugs, and even old newspapers into useful household items. Wondering where to start? Well, here are 10 amazing ideas for inspiration.
With the rise of veganism, electric-powered cars and the war on plastic, more and more of us are adopting eco-friendly lifestyles. It’s a good job too — leading scientists warned in late 2018 that we don’t have long left to prevent a climate change catastrophe.
Living an environmentally friendly lifestyle, or “going green,” is becoming increasingly more popular. If you are looking to go green, a great place to start is in your own modern townhome. Small actions can have a big impact. Here are four easy ways to make your apartment more environmentally friendly.
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Living in an eco-conscious society, the number of people recycling and reusing products is increasing day by day. The same holds true for furniture too. Below are some tips and tricks mentioned to reuse old wooden furniture.
Sizzling summer days are back again and I know most of you must have already started planning about how to spend your vacations. Although there are several options to have a blast at the holidays, camping is an excellent choice. It gives us time to be closer to Mother Nature, which is extremely difficult due to our work pressures and second, it makes us realize our innate abilities, likes and dislikes. However, on your journey to be closer to nature, you should also be considerate and thoughtful about how to avoid causing damage to the environment. Compiled below is a list of ideas and tips to have a clean and green camping experience.
Oatmeal serves as a healthy, nutritious and a weight loss program for many. Having a bowl of it in the breakfast is so filling and guilt free in terms of consuming a calorie free breakfast. Many of us buy oatmeal canisters, the tins and the cardboard cylindrical boxes, empty them and throw them in the trash. Probably many people do not know the many fun ways those canisters can be put into use. If you also do not know the fun ways to reuse oatmeal canisters, just read on and find out.
The Three Rs- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle are very important to save the resources and energy that are required to produce different things that we need. This article tells you about different ways to recycle your old mattress and bring it back to use.
We often receive so many things packed in plastic containers that you can reuse, of course, after some modifications. It is always a good idea to allow our creative juices to take a centre stage and make something useful out of waste. In summers we all eat lots of ice cream, that often comes packed in plastic containers. Instead of throwing them away, why not make something useful out of them. You can all use your creative ideas and think of something that can be useful to you. You can even encourage your children to make something pretty and useful out of these containers. This will keep them busy, and at the same time teach them an important lesson about recycling waste. Here are some tips to start with.
We already know much about the three R’s – reduce, reuse and recycle; however, not often do we see these R’s practiced in reality. Recently, they were put into practical use. Read on to know how! In accordance with the motto, the European company trio Aquafil, ECNC Land & Sea Group and Star Sock have come up with Healthy Seas project. The project owners plan to reprocess the marine litter, especially the nets, to weave out top quality raw material. The nylon 6 will be transformed into Aquafil Econyl yarn. This yarn will be stitched to form wearable.