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Simple Acts that Can Help to Make a Safer Environment for the Future Generation

Written by Jimmy Rustling

Expressing concern over environmental degradation is not enough without the concrete actions that must be done to save what is left of the environment. This issue is not only about how to survive now but also how the future generation will live considering the current state of the planet. The challenge is for everyone to do simple acts to save the environment. These actions, if combined with the efforts of others, can make a big difference and ensure a liveable environment.

Plant more trees

The basic yet effective way to maintain the ecological balance is through the planting of trees. To halt the effects of climate change that the world is experiencing now, every individual should plant at least five trees annually. Trees were directly hit by development through logging and using trees for commerce. As trees are being cut and not replaced by new ones, the oxygen, air quality, water, climate amelioration, water conservation, and support for wildlife will all diminish.

Change consumption habits

The making of products and consuming them is one of the significant causes of climate change. When consumers purchase more goods, there is an increase in the demand for the necessary raw materials to manufacture the goods. As these activities continue, the damaging effects of climate change are accelerated due to increased contaminants, land-use conversions, and deforestation. Also, the waste from the end products has created another problem that is hard to resolve. The accumulation of plastic waste poses a real danger not just for humans but for the entire ecosystem. Changing old consumption habits may be a simple act, but it can preserve the natural riches found in the environment for future generations.


Practise proper waste disposal

Properly disposing of the waste is getting harder and harder each day since its accumulation in the past years has become a global problem. The oceans have suffered most, and the living species found there, as they have become a giant waste disposal pit due to inefficient disposal of waste. A simple act to address this issue may start at home. Proper segregation of waste, reuse and recycle of materials, and making compost out of biodegradables are among the few steps that can be done to reduce the volume of waste generated from households. If proper disposal of waste is not addressed, the children of the future will have no safe water to drink, no clean oceans to swim in, and no chemical-free food to eat.

Choose the greener way of life

Choosing the path with full consideration of the environmental effects is the wise move to make. Biking or walking instead of using vehicles, maximising outdoor spaces for urban gardening to grow food instead of buying it, and exploring ways to encourage more people to adopt a greener form of life are all essential. Persuading others to do the same may range from involvement in massive information dissemination campaigns, or if personal knowledge permits, innovating products that protect the environment, like the creations of

Raising people’s consciousness regarding the causes and effects of climate change is the best way to ensure a more significant effort that will protect the environment for future generations.


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About the author

Jimmy Rustling

Born at an early age, Jimmy Rustling has found solace and comfort knowing that his humble actions have made this multiverse a better place for every man, woman and child ever known to exist. Dr. Jimmy Rustling has won many awards for excellence in writing including fourteen Peabody awards and a handful of Pulitzer Prizes. When Jimmies are not being Rustled the kind Dr. enjoys being an amazing husband to his beautiful, soulmate; Anastasia, a Russian mail order bride of almost 2 months. Dr. Rustling also spends 12-15 hours each day teaching their adopted 8-year-old Syrian refugee daughter how to read and write.