Adopting green eating and cooking practices can definitely help in making your kitchen greener. For an eco-friendly kitchen, it is also important to use sustainable materials in your kitchen. However, there are some more significant tips that can help you in making your kitchen greener than ever. Check out these top tips to make the right choices in going green.
These days installing green furniture and gadgets at your home are not tough. You just have to consider important things to do this. There are multiple ways to go environment friendly and updating your kitchen to green or eco friendly kitchen is a best way to go environment friendly. Here we have a list of some brilliant ideas that can help you to update your old kitchen into a green kitchen.
With the variety of home security systems or equipment available in the market, protecting the home from burglary or any other inconsiderate threats is not an issue anymore. However, while ensuring the security of our home as well as family members, we at times put the green lifestyle we follow at stake. For additional protection to your door or window, you necessarily need not to install energy hungry security devices that inflate your power consumption and thus, carbon footprints. Here we have listed some simple yet effective ways to safeguard your home and family in the most sustainable manner.
Synthetic toxins without any doubt are harmful for the environment, but direct or indirect exposure to toxic chemical can be equally dangerous for you and your family. Entering our body through water, air, food, cleaning products used at homes and offices, plastic container, personal care products, building materials, and many other sources, these chemicals are harmful for people of all age groups, including the fetus in the womb. With our reliance on these products, we might not be able to eliminate exposure to toxic chemicals altogether, but we can definitely reduce it with little awareness and changes in our lifestyle. Here we have listed some easy and effective ways to […]
Have you ever thought that your craze for coffee can take a toll on the environment? Yes, you read it right! If you start your day with a cup of coffee and have few more during the day, you are damaging the environment, though unknowing. Every day, millions of coffee cups are brewed in homes, offices, restaurants and takeaway shops for coffee buffs around the world, leaving loads of paper and plastic waste, such as cups, napkins, stirrers, lids, and more, behind. Moreover, a large amount of water is required to grow, harvest and prepare coffee; and not to talk about the fuel and energy required to transport and brew […]
With summers approaching, your car may have to cope with the dust, dirt and grime that come with the hot weather. Car wash may be an important aspect to maintain your car, but hosing down the car too frequently can affect the environment adversely, as the spillover contain numerous oil particles, rubber, metals and chemicals used in car cleaning products that end up in lakes, rivers and the ocean to contaminate our natural water resources. Car wash may be a good idea, but not at the cost of environment. Here are some green tips to wash your car.
You have tried many times but it seems that every time you get rid of the plastics they somehow creep in right back. Imagining life without plastic is a tough task, as this eco-damaging material has become a part of many aspects of our lifestyle. If you are truly concerned about minimizing the use of plastics then start from your kitchen. It is the place where the health of your family is made.
You can play your part in making the world free of harmful chemicals by adopting homemade fertilizers that are good for the soil and reduce our dependence on chemicals and toxic compounds. In the following sections, let us look at some of the fertilizers you can create yourself at home.
We all know that climate change is taking place, which is not good for life on earth. We all also know that we all are the reason for the climate change. To go by the data released by some environmentalists, around 48 percent more carbon dioxide release is taking place all over the world as compared to the year 1992. The data reveals how we human beings are making earth a tougher place to live. However, some awareness has come in, as some people and organizations have come forward to put in efforts and bring down the carbon footprint level.