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25 Eco Trends You Can Actually Do (Even If You’re Busy)

by | Jun 30, 2021

“How do we prevent putting ourselves and our world at risk? Climate change poses a significant hazard to our generation and future generations. While impacting not only us and our globe but everything that lives on it as well. This includes the lives of your pets, animals, and sea animals. This is a problem that will require all of us to work together to resolve, and it is an issue that must be addressed quickly. 

Eco-living is more than a fad; it is a way of life-based on the protection of our world and its resources. It has become a part of a common-sense approach to environmental sustainability as part of a global commitment to conserve the environment while ensuring a future for future generations. What can we do as consumers to reduce our carbon impact in a simple yet effective way? Well, no need to worry I got the answer for you! Try some of twenty-five eco trends that you can do even if you’re short on time!

1. Shop Less

Climate change is being fueled by our shopping behaviors. The production and use of household goods and services emit greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. Climate change is fueled by the production and consumption of these commodities. You can prevent this by purchasing less!

2. Buy Naturally Waste Free Snacks

Buy waste-free snacks next time you go grocery shopping, including some sourdough sesame seed crackers, homemade granola, fruits, and so on. 

3. Switch From Plastic Wrap To Bees Wrap

While bees are rather intimidating, they do have beeswax wraps that help minimize the amount of plastic in your home, as well as limiting worldwide plastic pollution with the help of beeswax wraps.

4. Buy Zero Waste Toothpaste

Zero-waste toothpaste minimizes the overall amount of packaging required, leading to decreased carbon emissions and trash ending up in landfills, which is very beneficial to our environment for you to include in your everyday routine.

5. Reuse Bins In Your Home

You can reduce the quantity of rubbish sent to landfills and incinerators by reusing bins or plastic bags in your home. You may reuse the bags you get at the grocery to keep other groceries, and you can reuse the containers you have at home to hold products among other things. Reduced demand for single-use containers decreases waste and saves energy!

6. Borrow Before You Buy

We frequently do not require the item that we purchase; rather, we require the outcome that it provides. Casually, you can ask friends, family, or neighbors if they can lend you the item you require.

7. Switch To Straight Razors

By shaving with a straight razor, you can save a good amount of money while also preventing billions of disposable razors that end up in landfills yearly.

8. Switch To Reusable Liner Pads

Reusable sanitary liner pads and absorbent period panties are more breathable than single-use pads with a plastic liner. They can also prevent infections, skin rashes, and of course unnecessary waste.

9. Use Biodegradable Toilet Brush

Use a biodegradable toilet brush with a wooden handle and plant fiber bristles after your old one has become a little filthy.

10. Switch To Natural Rubber Chewies 

Rubber Chewies are a terrific alternative to plastic chew toys for your pets, while also helping the environment by reducing waste.

11. Switch To Rechargeable Batteries

Rechargeable batteries generate less waste because they can be recharged and reused dozens of times with a simple battery charger, while also performing better than the average battery.

12. Use Reusable Towels

When you switch to a cotton cloth instead of many paper towels every day, you will just have to deal with one product. Reusable towels last for many years.

13. Switch To Biodegradable Plastic Bags

Microorganisms break down biodegradable things into natural elements without damaging the environment, which is why biodegradable plastic bags are very beneficial for the environment.

14. Switch To Butcher Paper

It’s simple to obtain, inexpensive to purchase, and gives a clean-looking, minimalist gift wrap solution that can be recycled once it’s shredded.

15. Donate Unused Items

Donating your old clothes, books, and shoes will make you feel good because you’re removing clutter from your home while also helping others. It’s good for the environment and cuts down on trash!

16. Quality Over Quantity For Home Goods

Quality products last longer and, depending on the item, can save you money in the long run, so when purchasing a toothbrush or towel, focus on quality rather than quantity.

17. Switch To Bars Over Bottles

Shampoo and soap bars are an excellent substitute for shampoo and soap bottles. When compared to the quantity of waste produced when using a shampoo bottle, this is a fairly simple solution to avoid using a plastic bottle every time.

18. Use Glass Mason Jars

They are transportable. It’s small enough to be carried in a backpack. They are low-cost, readily available, and environmentally beneficial. People who are concerned about storing food in plastic can put their fears at rest by using mason jars.

19. Use Energy Saving Light Bulbs

Energy-efficient light bulbs that last up to 12 times longer than regular bulbs. Uses less electricity to provide the same amount of light. They’re an energy-efficient alternative that can help you minimize your home’s carbon footprint.

20. Switch To A Solar Panel Charger

Solar panels do not use any energy and produce no waste. There are no moving parts, so no mechanical noise is produced. You may create electricity by just placing the solar panel in the sun!

21. Use E-books and Audio Books

By using E-books and Audio-books, you will save money on paper, shipping, and energy. You can rent new and favorite books for free on apps or buy the digital version to support the author!

22. Switch To Metal Straws

Metal straws are highly efficient, reusable, portable, and environmentally friendly. Switching from conventional plastic straws to metal straws is a significant benefit, as we all know the devastating impact of plastic on our seas.

23. Use Bidets

Bidets are very environmentally beneficial. They utilize less water than toilet paper and do not need the felling of trees. As there is less solid trash to deal with, they last much longer than toilet paper. It’s much more hygienic than toilet paper and inexpensive.

24. Use Reusable Silicone Mats

Silicone mats are one of the ideal nonstick surfaces for baking a variety of dishes. Even heat distribution, no sticky messes, and long-lasting durability, all while being eco-friendly.

25. Start To Travel Sustainably

Air travel specifically, as well as all cars on the road worldwide, contributes to climate change. To reduce air pollution and global warming emissions, walk, cycle, or utilize public transportation wherever possible.

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