There are consequences to everything. No matter how responsibly you dispose of your waste, you do not have the control over where it goes and where it finally ends up. What if, instead of disposing your waste responsibly, you could just avoid generating waste altogether? As good as it sounds, it is near impossible to execute, and it is an idealistic expectation - which is why we can at least control the amount of plastic we use on a regular basis. The changes you make in adopting environmental sustainability and eco-friendly practices will inevitably make you healthier, and help you generate as little waste as possible. Buy rice and other grains from local vendors and take your own jar to the shop when you do so. Avoid accumulating food items and freezing them for long periods of time, consume everything as fresh as you can. Buy daily use commodities like hand wash in larger quantities, which come in the form of refill bags. You can even take the small bit of extra effort to ensure no harmful
Who knew there would be a day when we would all be forced to stay home, unable to see anyone, and the world would eventually take a break?
The Covid-19 lock-down enforced 8 months ago confined humans to where they were and eventually took a deep breath from our mother Earth and regained some of its magic. Rivers were washed a bit, animals and birds were seen, air cleaned up and noise decreased.
The most significant thing was how much we influenced our world and how it would look if we only avoided fouling it, of all the things we learned in this pandemic.