All of us love our planet but so what can we do to help us preserve it? Global increased temperatures is a lot more important subject than most of us think. I believe that almost all humans will only see the incredible importance of global increased temperatures when they are actually getting hurt by the process sqm club. We all need to be aware of amount of co2 emissions we are producing and what the effects are. Our planet is our life! Our future is our children!
So what can we do to help the future generations before its too late? Start buying a new planet? Or… Take some points in order to reduce the global increased temperatures phenomenon. Which is easier said than done for some people but if we all participate then I am sure we can save the world!
Energy saving around the home. Do not leave appliances on standby. Almost half of the ability used to provide you with the average tv is used when it is on standby! You can save more than 70% of the energy lost just by fitting double glazing! Use energy saving lights! Simple! Are more aware on the your thermostat is getting up to. You could save a nice little n amount of money if put in a programmable thermostat. Also, move your thermostat down 2° in winter or over 2° in summer. This could save about 2, 000 pounds of co2 fractional laser a year with this simple adjustment. Take a shower instead of a bath. Its not skyrocket science guys!
Energy saving on the road. You can reduce CO2 emissions by changing how you drive. In a rush? No? Then stop putting your foot down. Also, try being more aware on when you are braking, if you use the equipment to assist with slowing down then this will help your car and your fuel consumption. Take that empty roof holder off your car, its only using more petrol. Try to use public transport. I admit that this is a hard one for me because I love my car and I live in the middle of the country side. I really do my best!
Why not…. Plant a tree. Or save a forest! Support renewable energy projects. Get your school or business to be more green. Eat fresh, organic and locally grown food. Or be a vegetarian!
What? Be a vegetarian!?
Yeah, why not? Because you love a nice and tasty medium/rare cheeseburger? Be a vegetarian. This is arguably the best way to reduce global increased temperatures in our lifetimes (please try not to be too rude or obnoxious in your comments on this article). Albert Einstein said it himself ‘Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for success of life on earth as much as the development to a vegetarian diet. ha I could move on with some more quotes about vegetarianism by well respected leaders (contact me if you want to hear them), but for now lets get on with some facts.
Methane is 21 years of age times more powerful than the greenhouse gas CO2. Animal agriculture produces more than 100 million tons of methane a year. This methane is manufactured in the the disgestive system processes of livestock, it may be a small amount of methane from each cow but this planet does have a lot of cows! And because cows eat plenty of your lawn and they have multiple stomachs this causes them to produce a lot of methane, which breathe out with every inhale.