Originally published: 22nd April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
STAY UPDATED, BE KIND!
Happy Earth Day everyone! In the last 21 days, I have done my best to provide life hacks, information and facts related to sustainable living and impact of our everyday actions on the environment. …
Originally published: 21st April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
OK, I have chosen the last day to talk about “What is sustainability and sustainable development?” on the very last day of doing this. hahaha…!
But this is an important question. Over the years, there have been…
Originally published: 20th April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
Like it or not, the contribution of renewable energy towards the world’s economy will be extremely significant in the coming decade. At least, let’s hope because it is our best defense against climate change. …
Originally published: 17th April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
WHAT? WHY? WHERE? WHO? WHEN? AND HOW?
#FridayPhilosophy… Is that a thing? haha, not sure but in this effort to talk more about sustainable living, there has been one constant question that makes it a bit easy, or at…
Originally published: 16th April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
A lot of our conversations with regard to sustainability are intertwined with food production, transportation, storage and consumption. Well, if you really think about it, food is one of our existential goals! …
Originally published: 15th April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
PLANT A TREE!
A friend of mine was going on a walk last week. She mentioned to me that as she was admiring spring and the cherry blossoms, a neighbor began to converse with her. He told her about…
Originally published: 14th April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
DIGITAL CARBON FOOTPRINT
We don’t think about this much but every email we send out, even video or audio we stream, every “Good Morning” message we send across on WhatsApp or SMS uses energy.
While connecting digitally has changed…
Originally published: 13th April, 2020 on Facebook and Instagram
I remember my grandparents and even my parents, for a long time, had a composting bin at home where they collected food waste for composting.
Once enough material was collected, they would place it in a pit in…