Everyday Green Tips
The Lunchbox Project is simple and effortless. Leave a reusable container at the office and there’s no forgetting. The Lunchbox Project promotes your local economy by encouraging people... more »
Mix grass clippings with equal parts shredded newspaper, keep moist and "toss" frequently for a compost salad mulch to sprinkle around and nutufe your garden.
Offices and showrooms should turn off lights etc. in sections where these are not required and when the working hours.
Judiciously use the 5 P's (Petrol, Paper, Plastic, Power, Potable Water)
Embrace the 5 R's (Reuse, Reduce, Recycle, Be Responsible, Refuse).
Rajiv Sinha: Griffith University Prof.
1. Proper tire inflation. Keeping your tires properly inflated will allow your car to track down the road evenly and safely. Less drag from under inflated tires.
2. Clean filters. Change your air filter and fuel filters at regular intervals. Your engine needs clean air to breathe and clean gas to burn. Efficiency comes from both.
3. Run... more »
But there are plenty of other... more »
Originally developed in 1937, the menstrual cup is worn inside the vagina during menstruation to collect menstrual fluid directly. It is a cost-saving and eco-friendly alternative to menstrual pads or sanitary towels. Made of latex, silicone or TPE, the cup is reusable and designed to last for up to 10 years.
How to use the Menstrual Cup
Wash your hands well
Insert the clean and folded cup... more »
Please add "I am already doing this" along with "I agree" and "I disagree" because most of the ideas are already submitted.
Use regular silverware or the new, lightweight (easy to carry) bamboo utensils. Takes less than a minute to clean your utensils and saves so much for the planet.
Solar panels on my house produce more than enough energy for my car and my household electric needs. Compared to the cost of gas, I'm saving money. See how much:
In the same way, in modern era the genetic engineering tools are made in practice to disrupt the natural... more »
Honeybee populations are drastically declining due in part to viruses, monoculture and pesticides, but also due to fewer plants and flowers and habitat that support bees. If there are no bees there is no pollination and no fruits and many vegetables that rely on bees.