Our Oceans are not Dumpsites. It’s sad that we have to be reminded of this so many times, and not make the required corrections. From individuals, organizations and anyone living near water bodies. Why do we have to threaten the lives of organisms living in these habitats? They too have a right to a clean
30 Day Challenge for a better and healthier planet, Demand sustainable palm oil, Embrace minimalism and Learn to refuse.
30 Day Challenge for a better and healthier planet, Demand sustainable palm oil, Embrace minimalism and Learn to refuse. Throughout the challenge, we have been able to learn what we need to adjust to our lifestyles. In an effort to recreate a better and healthier planet. Today being our final day, we get to learn of
30 Day Challenge for a better and healthier planet, Ditch disposable choose reusable Ditch disposable choose reusable. Disposable may seem convenient and easy to get rid off. But the problem lies on their final destination. They end up in our water bodies, causing death, suffocation an other life-threating situation to the living organism. Anything that can
30 Day Challenge for a better and healthier planet, Go plastic-free today. Go plastic-free today REDUCE, REFUSE, REUSE, RECYCLE PLASTIC BAGS Do something drastic, cut the plastic! If it can’t be reduced, reused, repaired. rebuilt, refurbished, refinished, resold, recycled or composted, then it should be restricted, redesigned or removed from production. Pete Seeger
Understanding plastics bags by going through their effects. Plastic is a material consisting of synthetic / semi-synthetic organic compounds that can be pressed permanently out of shape without breaking thus can be moulded into solid objects. The success and dominance of plastics starting in the early 20th century led to environmental concerns regarding its slow
It got me thinking once I watched his video. The video was trying to understand the no straw decision made by McDonald. McDonald’s banned use of straws in their restaurants some time this year. In solidarity with conservationists towards fight against the one use plastics. Reports have been going round on the negative effects of
Let’s talk about the zero waste. It has been discussed and campaigned a couple of months now. And more people are embracing it as well as giving out their opinion about it. It’s one of the moves geared towards conservation of mother nature. Have you heard of Lauren Singer, a regular New Yorker who could