July 19, 2024
Home Improvement

How to Be More Green in 2022

The new year of 2022 is finally here and with the effects of climate change felt all over the world, it is time for everyone to implement green practices in their life. With an increase in heat, intense drought, and rising sea levels, global warming has a devastating impact on the planet, and the effects of the climate crisis cannot be ignored. Although it is difficult for just one person to make a significant difference to the world, as a community, people can drastically cut emissions and make a positive change to the environment. Here are a few things you can do to be more green in the new year.

Switch to Environmentally Friendly Products

Many store-bought beauty products are created with chemicals that are bad for the planet, and these chemicals are often unnecessary when it comes to cleaning performance. For example, foaming agents are added to create suds, and these suds make consumers think that the product is working. However, many products do not require these agents to perform properly. Furthermore, preservatives are added to prolong the life of the product. However, this is also an unnecessary addition. Instead of buying a product off the bat, do your research into a product before you make a purchase. Look out for natural, organic and sustainably sourced ingredients. In addition, choose brands that practice sustainability and have ethical values that center around the environment.

Insulate Your Home

A well-insulated home can help you maintain an optimal temperature at all times. In turn, you can decrease the amount of greenhouse gases released into the world. You can insulate your home in many different ways. Adding good insulation to your walls, floors, and ceiling can give you protection against adverse weather. In contrast, secure entry doors and double glazed windows can give you an added level of protection against cold winters and hot summers. UPVC Windows World’s double glazed windows can keep the heat out of your home during hot weather, which will reduce your need to crank up the AC. Besides reducing emissions, good insulation can also help keep your energy bills low too.

Eat Less Meat

Greenpeace advocates a diet filled with less meat and more plants for people who care about the world. A diet that is filled with meat can have a negative impact on your health. Research shows that a meat-centric diet can increase a person’s risk of heart disease, cancer, and obesity. However, it also has a severe effect on the environment too. Greenhouse gas emissions are as high in the livestock sector as all automobiles, cars and trucks combined. Therefore, placing less focus on meat and more on plants can do the planet, and yourself, a world of difference. Small changes, such as choosing one day per week to go meat-free, can help improve your health and help make the world healthier too. Furthermore, choosing to eat sustainably produced products and buying local produce can also make a huge difference to the world. Making small changes by switching to more environmentally friendly products, ensuring your home is well insulated, and eating less meat can all lessen your carbon footprint and protect the planet. 

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