Earth Day is not just a one-day celebration, to people around the world it’s a lifestyle. Discover how you can make everyday Earth Day with these simple yet impactful actions and everyday items.
The greenest day of the year is almost here, but our home (Earth) could still use some help long after the sun sets on Earth Day, which is on April 22nd of this year, 2023.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
To start off, One of the most effective and popular ways to reduce our environmental impact is for you and me to reduce the amount of waste we generate. You can start off by reducing the amount of single-use plastic in your everyday life such as grocery bags, and refillable water bottles, and avoiding things such as disposable cutlery and plates. Some other common actions include repurposing old clothes and using old jars as storage containers. Most importantly, don’t forget to start recycling to help divert waste from landfills, below are some hand-picked items to help you get started.
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- Sustainable Glass cups with lids, and straws, BUY NOW!
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Second, Water is one of the most precious resources we have on Earth! Conserving it means you’re taking one step towards saving our home. You and I can take steps to conserve water by taking shorter showers when necessary. Fixing leaky faucets, and installing low-flow shower heads and toilets. This year’s Earth Day is not just another day, it’s a day where we all can take a step in the correct direction. To conserve water, we can also start collecting rainwater to water our plants or gardens instead of using water from our homes. Below are some Water conserving products to help you get started.
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Advocate for Change
While individual actions might be a big step, another big step is to encourage others to do the same. We need systemic changes to truly address the environmental challenges we face. You can make your voice heard by advocating for policies that protect the environment, such as supporting renewable energy, promoting public transportation, and reducing plastic waste.
By taking these easy and simple steps, we can all do our parts to help save the Earth. Remember, even small changes can make a big difference when it comes to protecting our planet for future generations.
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