Recycling about a meter-high stack of newspapers saves one tree from being chopped down. Better yet, use online news sources and save yourself the trouble all together.
Every ton of paper recycled saves 17 trees. Always remember to recycle!
Nature is one big recycling station, but we are not. On average, we throw away 80 percent of manufactured goods within six months of their purchase.
Look for the Forest Stewardship Council logo when buying wood and paper products. This certification means that the product came from a company which sources its materials from well managed forests and cares about protecting biodiversity and the...
Cut down on your fish consumption and help in the fight against unsustainable fishing. Be aware of what you eat and where it came from!
Did you know that half the world lives on less than US$2 a day? Consider volunteering your time, or making a donation, to help those in need.
Did you know that the richest 2% of the world's population owns more than half of the world's household wealth? Consider supporting one of the many vital charities and organizations working to make life better for those with the least.
Carbon emissions are affecting our oceans as carbon dioxide makes oceans more acidic, leading to mass extinction of corals. Simple steps such as cutting down energy use and avoiding long distance travel can help to minimize human generated...
Avoid items made from ocean resources such as coral and shark cartilage, which represent exploitation of vital marine habitat and endangered species.
By purchasing fair trade products, you can support farmers and workers in developing countries suffering from poverty and hunger. You are also telling others that no one should be exploited and workers should be paid fairly for their work.
100 million trees and 28 billion gallons of water are used to send junk mail in the U.S. alone. Unsubscribe yourself from mail distribution services that you find unuseful.
If you have ice left from a take-out cup, dump it onto the soil of a plant instead of throwing it out to conserve water.

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