While in a perfect world we would all practice a zero-waste lifestyle, let’s start with helping you find ways to turn your own home into an eco-friendly paradise of sorts. We have some room-by-room tips that will have you reducing, recycling, and reusing like a pro.
Technological advances over the years have made it easier to do business over great distances. Cars and airplanes, for instance, help us do business face to face in hours — nationwide and between continents. With those technological advances, however, have come increased carbon emissions and environmental damage.
When you think about eco-friendly traveling the first things that come to mind are probably things like going camping or choosing to use your bike to travel across the country, but eco friendly traveling is so much broader and includes so many smaller yet “green” activities that are all a part of what it means to be an eco-friendly traveler.
Recently I found myself wondering and talking about some of the quirky and brilliant ways people from around the world use tents. Consequently I pondered about the possibility that some people have contemplated or even opted for living in a tent permanently. Inspired by this idea, I dug a bit further into this topic of permanent tented accommodation.
Recently I've been trying really hard to become more eco friendly however it often isn't easy when we live in such a wasteful society; especially when you're a teenager (and therefore most likely not the person making most of the main decisions about what goes on in your house). So, I've compiled a list of 5 easy ways you can be a little bit more environmentally friendly as a teenager - ENJOY!
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