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Having an eco-lifestyle is about living your life in a more environmentally friendly way. Pick up eco-living tips and learn how you can make small changes to your current lifestyle by considering a little bit more for the environment.
Be part of the GREEN CREW (which is an acronym for GREENing, Clean commuting, Reduce/Reuse/Recycle, Energy efficiency, and Water conservation) and get started on loving the environment if you have not done so.
Let’s do our bit in protecting our earth before it is too late. Live the eco way!
Trees helps remove carbon dioxide, and prevent soil erosion, noise pollution, and global warming.
Having greenery has many environmental benefits. Trees function as the lungs of the planet. They produce oxygen and remove carbon dioxide and contaminants from the air. Besides, trees help to prevent soil erosion. They even absorb sound and reduce noise pollution. Most importantly, they help to reduce ozone levels in urban areas. Without greenery, the global warming effect will be aggravating. Play your part in combating global warming by trying out the following:
You can also learn more about gardening.
Driving a car actually damages the environment. Take part in clean commuting to reduce the harmful effects.
The amount of carbon dioxide that motor vehicles produce contributes to 30% of the emissions that dirty our air. Let’s learn more about clean commuting and see how we can weave it into our daily life to enjoy fresher air and protect our health in the long run. Taking public transport, bicycling, carpooling, and walking help reduce our carbon footprint on this planet.
Let’s challenge ourselves with at least 1 of the following clean commuting channels:
Practise the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) to cut down on material wastage and make a difference to our environment.
We can reduce, reuse, and recycle through many ways at our homes, schools, and workplaces. These include:
These ways are not too difficult, so let’s practise them whenever and wherever possible.
You can practise energy-saving tips whether you are at your home, school, or workplace.
The old Malay adage, ‘sedikit-sedikit lama-lama jadi bukit’, says that a simple action can go a long way and save you a fortune. One example of how you can live this out is being energy-efficient, be it at your home or workplace.
Here are some simple tips that you can easily pick up:
You can also check out more energy-saving tips.
We all know how precious water is in Singapore. Hence, it is important for every one of us to play a part in conserving water.
Here are some suggestions on good water-saving habits: