The Environment – Individual Solutions

The Environment – Individual Solutions

by Adam Goodwin | 2013

Recent Blog Post

This blog post is meant to be read in concert with another recent blog post.  To read this other blog post, The Environment, click here.

In my other blog post, The Environment, I promised to being developing a list of steps, individuals can easily implement in their daily lives to live in closer harmony with the planet’s plants, animals, natural resources, ecologies, and environments.

The List

Here is the start of the list.  I am by no means an expert on environmental sustainability or the planet’s environments.  This is meant to be a start, and to stimulate thinking and ideas.

  • Save water – shorter showers; wash clothes less frequently; use publicly available water taps instead of buying bottled water;
  • Save energy – turn off lights when leaving a room; visit the library to take out a book instead of using your computer to download the book;
  • Save forests – only print on paper when absolutely necessary; borrow a book from a friend or loan from the library instead of buying a book;
  • Save on consumption – borrow items rather than buying items;

Your Call To Action

Do you see a tip/idea that you can easily implement and use?  Do you have other ideas to share?  If so, share your tips and ideas below by commenting and connecting on social media!

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These are one person’s thoughts and opinions.  I welcome and strive to get your feedback and own thoughts. Feel free to comment below or connect with me via social media.

Adam Goodwin is a Canadian working in the United Kingdom, and is a proud shameless idealist. His parents currently work in Cairo, Egypt. He has siblings and distant family in Canada and around the rainbow nation’s only home. Follow his year+ overseas on Twitter (@adam13goodwin) and on this blog

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  1. Most people do not know which trend to follow and so can be left down the middle of the nowhere.

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