10 Ways to Make the World a

Better Place

“Do you believe in gravity?” is a question with many answers. Some people might say that they do not, while others will say that yes, of course they do. But this article isn’t about whether or not you believe in gravity – it’s about how to make the world better!

The 10 tips provided below are easy and simple ways to help improve the world by making it more sustainable and less wasteful. These ideas can be applied on a large scale or even just in your daily life; whichever way you choose to implement them, you’ll be making an impactful change for the planet!

Tip 11: Make sure to turn off the lights in any room that is not being used.

Tip 12: Bring your own reusable shopping bag with you when grocery shopping or going out for a walk.

Tip 13: Recycle and reuse as many products as possible, such as paper towels made from recycled materials.

Tip 14: Purchase organic produce whenever possible so fewer pesticides are used which can be harmful to both humans and animals nearby who live on land where they’re applied (such as bees).

Tip 15: Buy second-hand items instead of buying new ones – this will reduce waste by up to 95%. This also means that cheaper prices often accompany these purchases!

Tip 16: Reduce the amount of energy you consume by unplugging electronic devices when they’re not in use.

Tip 17: Consider donating your old clothes to a local charity so someone else can get some wear out of them before throwing them away! Tip 18: Buy low-energy light bulbs which will save money on electricity and help keep global warming at bay.

Tip 19: Make sure that all electronics are properly recycled or disposed of as hazardous waste, such as televisions, microwaves, phones etc. This is necessary because these items contain chemicals like lead which can be harmful if they leak into natural water sources (e.g., lakes).

Tip 20: Take advantage of less packaging materials whenever possible – it’s better for the environment and it saves you money!

Tip 21: Re-purpose your old cardboard boxes into something new by painting them, stacking them or turning them into a planter.

Tip 22: Choose to buy goods made from recycled materials that are sustainable – this helps reduce waste in landfills while supporting companies who use environmentally friendly practices such as renewable energy sources.

Tip 23: Dry off with a towel after taking a shower rather than letting the water run for long periods of time; turn faucets on and off instead of leaving them running when brushing teeth. Turning these sinks on and off is also an easy way to save electricity without sacrificing convenience!

Tip 24: Turn off appliances not being used (like TVs!) even if it’s not the right time of day.

Tip 25: Recycle your old cell phone as soon as possible, or purchase a refurbished one to help reduce electronic waste in landfills; many communities have recycling centers where you can drop off all kinds of electronics for free!

Tip 26: Stay away from plastic bags and use reusable ones instead – this decreases the amount of garbage we produce, which will make our planet cleaner and healthier than ever before!

Tip 27: Use less water by turning on only when necessary (i.e., do laundry at night rather than during the daytime) and installing low-flow fixtures that are designed to limit consumption without sacrificing performance. This also means shorter showers with quick scrubbing then rinsing, and not letting the water run while you brush your teeth.

Tip 28: Use energy-efficient appliances to lower power bills; many times they come with rebates or tax credits that are worth it!

Tip 29: Buy locally grown produce when possible – this decreases our dependence on fossil fuels for transportation from other countries and reduces pollution because of less fuel emissions. Plus, local foods usually have a smaller carbon footprint than imported ones.

Tip 30: Recycle cans by collecting them in a recycling bin before throwing them away; do the same thing with plastic bottles too if there is one nearby so as to reduce electronic waste in landfills (though glass isn’t accepted). If you can find aluminum plates used for food storage, they are also recyclable.

Tip 31: Listen to the radio! This will reduce your use of non-renewable energy sources like fossil fuels by up to 75% because you won’t be plugging in an appliance

Tip 32: Replace a light bulb with one that is more sustainable and efficient; do this for any bulbs in lamps or other fixtures too . it’s worth saving money on electricity bills over time. A simple way to find out which ones are most eco-friendly is googling “sustainable lightbulb.” You can usually buy them at hardware stores, home improvement centers, grocery stores, or online. If all else fails, many people have found success with Ikea products and Home Depot has a new line of products called EcoSmart.

Tip 34: if you are able to do so, walk or bike to the grocery store instead of driving – this will keep your carbon footprint low and also give you some exercise in the process!

Tip 35: turn off all electronics when not using them; even though it may seem like they’re still on standby mode, every little bit helps. If there’s no one in an office for example, consider turning off computers that aren’t being actively used during that time period

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By Ethan Devid

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