Eco-Friendliness In Our Home

We do a lot in our home that can be posed as eco-friendly as well as not friendly. Why is it so important for us to remain eco-friendly in our homes when the world’s energy crisis and climate change crisis is a direct result of even bigger things? Do the little actions we take in our home make any difference to our environment? How does making our home in Port Klang eco-friendly make any difference to the polar bears in the arctic circle? 

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In all honesty, our small actions and changes make the biggest difference. It creates a momentum of change in society. If one person is doing more towards the climate change crisis, it is bound to influence others. This chain of influence has a major implication on the progression of climate change and the effects of global warming. 

Home eco-friendliness is not only about switching from plastic bottles to recyclable materials. In hindsight, even this tiny change has the potential to save hundreds of marine life and organisms in the habitat surrounding you. However, there is more you can do to your home to make your everyday living eco-friendly

First of all, you can use a renewable source of energy for electricity. One of the more common practices around the world in hopes of being energy efficient and energy-saving is installing solar power panels. Solar power is an incredibly powerful source of renewable energy. This is even truer for hot countries where sunshine is sufficient. So we can imagine a beautiful area like Port Klang hosting a variety of homes that are powered with solar energy. Instead of using up the world’s fossil fuel and releasing harmful emissions into the air, we can opt for solar energy that is not only environmentally beneficial but also economically. 

For your home to be truly eco friendly, the ingredients and items you use for cleaning to cooking should be all eco friendly. Many have been liable to destroying our mother nature by using harsh chemicals such as preservatives and foaming agents that are detrimental to climate change and a deteriorating ecosystem. From the dishes to clothes we use, it should be washed and clean with products that have no synthetic ingredients. 

Another way to be eco-friendly in our home is by learning how to thrift and upcycle. A big part of the climate change crisis is also about the number of waste that is flooding up and destroying the environment. World’s biggest carbon emission comes from the fashion industry where clothes get shipped using airplanes and fill up the landfills every day. If society as a whole starts to thrift and upcycle the clothes instead of throwing them, we will be doing the world a huge favor.  The same goes for our electrical waste as well. We live in a digital world and we are in need of more than just one electrical gadget. We tend to use them and throw them in unsustainable manners that lead to toxification and the destruction of rich biodiversity.  

In a household, we should learn how to be mindful and considerate consumers of mother earth.