Change is hard. But why? Misinterpreting 'helpful activities' Change isn't making posters on paper on Earth Day telling people to 'save trees'. Change isn't making a presentation on how much plastic exists in the world and continuing to live a plastic-filled life at home. Change isn't pretending to be an environmentalist when you haven't taken … Continue reading Why Being an Environmentalist Is Hard
Earth Hour - sixty minutes when the entire world powers down to save electricity. Do take out some time to check out this link to the Earth Hour site, and make sure you turn off your lights from 8:30-9:30PM and participate in the global movement.
Whether you're keeping up with the latest fashion trend, a crazed shopaholic or generally using them - fashion seems to come at a price. Turns out 11.1 million tons of recyclable fabric and textiles end up in landfills every year. That means in just 10 years, the entire population churns out a hundred and one million tons … Continue reading Sustainable Fashion 👚🌐
From A Textbook for Geography, Class 7 by Rita Rajen Does deforestation have anything to do with global warming? Yes, it does. Here's a page from a class seven geography textbook (chapter: South America) to tell you all about how deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest is contributing to global warming. [SELVAS is simply another name … Continue reading Does deforestation have anything to do with Global Warming?
Are you a gardener? Great! Gardens are home to MANY bird species and small creatures. A garden is a great way to escape the concrete jungle and allow nature to come back into your homes. Here are a few tips for you! Use compost to keep your plants healthy. Compost consists of kitchen waste and … Continue reading A Few Tips for a Gardener