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Reasons To Go Green

Going_GreenNature is slowly deteriorating. The thinning of the ozone layer, the shifting of the earth’s crust and unpredictable weather changes demonstrate that nature is in transition. Though modernization has made mankind’s life easier and more comfortable, it threatens our environment and our homes. So with all those global issues, our planet faces nowadays, going green looks more like a necessity instead of a choice.

What does going green mean!

Going green is a term used by people who are trying to live using methods that are not harmful to them or the environment. There are many ways to go green, but adopting  those five basic principles in your daily life will help you to fully complete “the green mission”: reduce pollution, conserve resources, conserve energy, reduce consumption and waste.

What are some of the benefits of going green? Below are a few thoughts and reasons pointed by Rubbish Please, a London based rubbish removal company, for you to consider in your quest to learn more:

  • It saves the earth – By going green, we are preventing further damage to the environment. Although nature struggles with dirty water and polluted air, there has been a movement among many to try and improve the earth’s condition. Revival is occurring, although progress is slower than many would like.
  • Contribute to a cleaner air – By eliminating your use of synthetic products, you will help to reduce harmful toxins in the air. This means our air can become cleaner and allow others to breathe in healthier, fresher air
  • It can save you money – One of the greatest benefits of going green is the money you can save. You don’t have to spend a fortune buying products that offer safer cleaning. By going green, natural products are very versatile, many are ones you already own, and some are even free!
  • It can make you more productive – Going green can help you achieve more. With a clean and comfortable environment, your mind will be more relaxed as you fulfill your tasks. Stress levels can be diminished, even when tasks demand a lot from you. Additionally, when your lungs are healthy, you can breathe better!

What can we (humans) do about it?

Green_LivingGoing green is not just a slogan. For some people the concept of going green is a lifestyle adjustment that encompasses every aspect of a person’s lifestyle. To someone looking in at this lifestyle, the concept of why someone should go green may seem odd. All an outsider may see is someone who recycles, carpools and chooses to buy organic food. The truth is the option to go green has several reasons and benefits that may not be outwardly apparent.

It is important to protect nature. It is the only one we’ve got! Going green will allow you to be a good steward of the earth’s resources. Therefore be aware of what’s going on — read about the issues, talk to people with first hand experience, and join groups that care about saving the Earth. Be pro-active and share your opinion with others and unite for the cause. Most importantly, make up your own mind. Don’t let anybody tell you what to think.

Reduce what you buy, and buy second-hand when you can. When you purchase an item, it means that resources are used to manufacture it and deliver it to you. Reuse and repurpose what you buy and what you can. It turns out that your parents’ and grandparents’ crusade against wastefulness was right on target when it comes to saving the planet. If something can’t be repurposed or passed along to someone else who can use it, recycle it, but think of recycling of an absolute last option.

These are just a few reasons why you and those you love will benefit from going green. The possibilities of creating your own products and contributing for a green planet are endless. Keep in mind that a healthy environment doesn’t makes only you a healthier person. Sustainable endeavours will not only be beneficial for you, but also for your family and the generations to come.

by http://www.rubbishplease.co.uk/

A post by Ben Johnson (1 Posts)

Ben Johnson is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely his/her own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.
Born and raised in London, United Kingdom. Living an peaceful and happy life. Fall in love with photography and sports, because my father is a professional photographer and my grandfather was a professional football player! Graduated in Ecology, now working for a local rubbish removal company. Trying to produce zero-waste and live green. Recently more and more interested in recycling and reducing or reusing everyday household items. Besides, my beautiful wife, contributing to a cleaner and healthier environment is what makes me happy.

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