Let’s find out how to improve our daily habits and live sustainable every day. Understanding how destructive some of our behaviours are is the first step to
improving them. Saving the oceans and the planet may seem like an ambitious goal, but with a few small tricks, starting from everyday life, we can be important drivers of change.
Global warming, pollution, deforestation: there are so many environmental issues that need to be tackled urgently. Fortunately, we have been talking about
sustainability in greater depth for some years now, thanks also to the interest expressed by the so-called Millenials. – the young people born between the
early eighties and the early nineties – already labelled as green generation.
Good habits can be an important turning point, so why not find out together how to live sustainable? With a little attention, you can not only protect the environment, but also your wallet! So, are you ready to find out what are some good eco-sustainable habits we can adopt to take care of our planet? Keep reading the post!
Live Sustainable - Make Your Kitchen Eco-Friendly
This is nothing new: the excessive consumption of disposable plastic is a very worrying problem for the health of our planet.
There are many habits that we need to change to live sustainably, first and foremost the use of cling film.
Fortunately, there is an eco-friendly alternative that combines the wisdom of our great grandmothers with today’s technical knowledge: it is the Bee’s Wrap, a
food storage wrap made with certified organic cotton that’s coated with sustainably sourced beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin.
This easy, reusable, all-natural way to store food is the perfect solution to say goodbye to PVC forever!
Removing plastic bottles is another extremely effective way of reducing consumption. Using appropriate filters, filling a water bottle with tap water can be a good
solution to try to avoid that in 2050 the oceans host more plastic than fish.
According to a new Ellen MacArthur Foundation report there will be more waste plastic in the sea than fish by 2050.
The millions of tons of food that every year end up in the trash are evidence of poor respect and awareness of the resources of our planet.
If we add to this that containers and food waste are not recycled, the situation takes on dramatic tones.
Waste, if undifferentiated, pollutes. For this reason, separate collection is an excellent eco-sustainable habit that can give new life to waste.
To make your kitchen even more eco-friendly you can pick up vegetable scraps, dried fruit shells and eggs to create great compost to feed flowers and plants.
If you have a green thumb you can set up an organic vegetable garden on the balcony!
How To Make Your Bathroom Plastic-Free - Zero waste beauty and bathroom ideas
In a world increasingly submerged by waste, fortunately there is bamboo: completely biodegradable and eco-sustainable is the perfect ally for a beauty
routine that respects the environment.
We can say goodbye to toothbrushes, makeup brushes and plastic hairbrushes and replace them with others made with this precious material!
Also, did you know that cotton buds are just as problematic as straws? Because of its small size, many of these things end up in landfills or oceans
where birds and fish mistake them for food and end up damaging themselves involuntarily.
To replace non-biodegradable cotton swabs, there is an ecological and zero waste alternative made of 100% cotton or bamboo.
Creating a sustainable wardrobe
Many renowned firms are now committed to sustainability: a real green revolution that has convinced many brands to choose materials and production
systems more respectful of the planet.
Buying your clothes consciously means supporting companies whose goal is to generate a positive impact on the environment.