This is about striving to be more environment friendly. There lies no point in protecting the environment, the point lies in creating the world where the environment doesn’t need protection. Creating an eco-friendly home is actually a lot easier than what a lot of us may think. Many people are dispirited by discerning that it requires a lot of efforts, time and money to shift to eco-friendly products; but actually, working towards an eco-friendly home and starting to use eco-friendly products is not that difficult.
For any product that you buy today from the souk, you’ll be able to find that there is an eco-friendly alternative for everything. You can also cut back on your household waste by using fewer disposable products and using more of the reusable materials, like using reusable baskets, mats, bamboo chairs, etc instead of plastics which are non-biodegradable. There is an impact on the environment for every tiny act that we do in our daily life, and if we consider shifting towards eco-friendly products on a serious note, we can contribute to saving our environment and work towards sustainability.
On the way to the KR Market near the theosophical society, there are a group of Bengaluru localities who knit bamboo mats, baskets, chairs and a lot more. They do this day-in and day-out and it is so motivating to observe the fact that this kind of products/items are made in large numbers these days in many places across the city. Mr. Ganesh owns a bamboo knitting shop on the footpath where all other people also own similar kind of petty shops and he’s been in this profession for the last 8 years and has hands-on experience in knitting the mats specially. These items can be used for daily usages and few of them can also be used as show pieces.
With all these tiny contributions towards reducing our carbon footprints for a healthy environment, it can really have a great impact on the future generation.
POLL TION – ED CATION – SOL TION and there lies U, The You.