This week’s tip is to unplug electronics when not in use. Some electronics like T.Vs use electricity as long as a power cord is plugged in, even if the device is turned off. This happens because a T.V and similar devices have a standby mode, which allows them to turn on quickly. That means that even if a device is turned off, it still uses electricity, unless the power cord is unplugged. Unplug cords to help save electricity, and to help save the Earth. It’s that simple.
Creating sustainability today and for future generations is vital to the health of our planet. There are many things you can do to help our planet, but today I am going to exclusively talk about sustainable eating habits, and how to choose an environmentally sustainable diet. But before we go over the tips, let’s…
Nowadays we have a rainbow of options when it comes to the surface we sleep on, so it’s easy to forget about the small details that make our snooze comfortable and healthy. If we look back at our prehistoric ancestors, they used a rudimentary type of mattress, built using organic materials (leaves, branches, straw, wool,…
If you’re looking to live eco-friendly, you must take into account the water footprint of your food (the amount of water that it takes to make it). Here’s an infographic that shows you just that!
Plastic contamination of the natural environment has now reached epidemic levels, with particular concern surrounding tiny ‘microplastic’ particles. How might microplastics affect human health? And, how can you possibly avoid them?
Learn how to save energy and money by effectively using the sun’s natural light to light up your home. This infographic shows you the benefits of natural light and how can take advantage of it in your home!