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To be eco-friendly is engaging in practices that do not harm the environment, conserve water and energy and avoid land pollution. Other eco-friendly characteristics include the use of sustainably grown ingredients, materials grown without pesticides and herbicides and products that natural decompose. Living an eco-friendly life is becoming increasingly important, helping to protect the environment from man-made damages that are irreversible. By following the guides listed in the above question you can make small changes in different areas of our lives that will have a positive effect. 


  1. Making your home more eco friendly
  • invest in renewable energy for electricity (oil and gas are unsustainable) e.g using solar panels
  • using boilers/ heat pumps / solar thermal as a heating sources
  • eco cleaning products to clean your home. Stop using harmful chemicals such as detergents, preservatives or foaming agents as they are the most harmful to nature. Choose more products that contain no synthetic ingredients


  1. Becoming more eco-friendly in your day-to-day life
  • using an eco-friendly water bottle instead of plastic
  • using environmentally friendly shampoos that don’t contain toxic ingredients
  • using recyclable paper for gifts
  • replace diesel and petrol cars with environmentally friendly cars (electric and hybrid cars)
  • buying recycle clothes - stay away from fast fashion which takes over 200 years to decompose once despised of.
  • stop using single use plastic straws; there are 8.3 billions tonnes of plastic in the world and the majority don’t enter the recycling process
  • buying biodegradable products; non-synthetic products
  • eat less meat


  1. Eco friendly at work
  • be mindful of the amount of printing
  • encourage public transport that are less pollutant to the environment or even bike to work.
  • use electricity only when needed; plug off electric devices when they aren’t in use.
  • encourage; REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE
  • use recyclable food containers
  1. Travel sustainably
  • give away perishable food items before travelling
  • spend money in local shops; helping the local community
  • be mindful of polluting activities while abroad


  1. Making school more eco friendly
  • walking your kids to school
  • donate their old clothes
  • use containers not paper bags
  • invest in electronic devices instead of paper

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