Our oceans have been calling 911 for quite some time now, but humans are not answering. A major problem is overfishing. In 55 years we have managed to wipe out 90 percent of the ocean’s top predators like sharks, tuna, and swordfish. If our actions don’t change the oceans will soon be empty of all fish.
The increased traveling is probably something that brings us closer together as humans, but it also poses new challenges when it comes to the environment. But there are some things we can do to help reduce our impact on a personal level.
If you’re a nature-lover, you probably don’t want your outdoor gear to affect the beautiful surroundings. Sadly, this is oftentimes the case with most major outdoor brands since they include hazardous chemicals in their products.
As with all our daily routines, there are usually a few tweaks that can be made to reduce the environmental impact. That goes for keeping your teeth white and bright as well.
Work hard all day to pay the mortgage, buy nice clothes to fit in at the office and work even harder to buy even nicer things to impress people you don’t even like. It’s easy to get caught up in the rat race, without even reflecting on why you needed all these things in the first place. Downshifting is all about simplifying your life in every aspect, to have more time to live.
TV, radio and newspapers are still a major source of information for a lot of people.They play an important part in making this planet green again. And climate ninjas will show them the way!
Marketing and media surrounds us everywhere and there are a lot of voices telling us what to do, what we need to be healthy and what the ideal human should look like. Finding a way to keep these voices at bay and tune into yourself can be very helpful to a planet-saver.