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Sustainable Habits You Can Do During the Summer

Today, most schools get out for summer break! The sun is shining, the pools are occupied, and family and friends make memories. And sustainable habits can be used everyday! Events like 4th of July can produce so much waste on beaches, parks, and reservations.

1. Reusable waters are your best friend

Opt for reusable water bottles and eliminate single-use plastic bottles! Opting for reusable water bottles and eliminating single-use plastic bottles is crucial because it significantly reduces plastic waste, contributing to environmental preservation. Additionally, it promotes sustainability and reduces our carbon footprint by lowering demand for the production of single-use plastics.

2. Public transportation

Use public transportation or carpool when planning group outings! Using public transportation or carpooling when planning group outings is important as it decreases the number of vehicles on the road, leading to reduced traffic congestion and lower carbon emissions. This contributes to improved air quality and helps combat climate change.

3. Compost food waste

Compost food waste from picnics or cookouts! Composting food waste from picnics or cookouts is crucial as it reduces the amount of waste destined for landfills, reducing solid waste pollution. It also creates nutrient-rich soil for gardening and farming, promoting plant growth and cycle of sustainability.

4. Beach and park cleanups

Participate in beach or park cleanups with friends! Participating in beach or park cleanups with friends is vital as it helps eradicate litter, protect wildlife, and maintain the natural beauty of these areas. By involving our social circles in such initiatives, we expand the reach of such efforts and promote a shared responsibility towards our environment.

5. Eco-friendly activities

Engage in eco-friendly activities like hiking, cycling, or bird-watching! Engaging in eco-friendly activities like hiking, cycling, or bird-watching is integral as it fosters a stronger connection to nature and encourages physical fitness. These activities allow us to appreciate the environment, reminding us of the pressing need to protect it, and they promote sustainability by involving minimal environmental impact.

6. Mindfulness

Be mindful of your actions, and most importantly, have fun!

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