Happy Earth Day! Today I am sharing with you my promise to the earth. In addition, it is important for me to make a promise to my children to take care of the earth. The world has lots of beauty surrounding it, but pain and destruction too. Everyone should take a stand and do what they can to preserve our planet. This Earth Day I commit to make the following changes in my life, and I hope that you find a way to reduce, reuse, and recycle as well. Here are 15 Earth Day lessons I am sharing with my children.
- Stop buying products that I don’t really need. I plan to consume less and reuse more.
- When I do purchase things, I will look for items that can be reused, have a small amount of packaging, and are made out from recyclable materials.
- Eat locally grown food.
- Try buy products that are made with America and produced locally when I can.
- Give our gently used items to others that may need them.
- Use an e-reader, print less, and only purchase recycled paper.
- Use less electricity. Unplug items when they are not being used.
- Don’t let water run unnecessarily.
- Use houseplants to clean the air in house instead of an electric air purifier.
- Use eco friendly products when doing house improvement products.
- Actively recycle our consumed goods and trash.
- Learn creative ways to re-purpose items instead of throwing things away.
- Cook more at home and buy less “fast food.”
- Purchase and use rechargeable batteries and dispose our electronics and all batteries properly so they will not add extra waste in landfills.
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