Being too caught up in the fast life comes with being part of an urban environment, but so is being blinded to the harmful ways we contribute to increasing carbon emissions every day.
Take the time out and incorporate the following steps in your daily life to reduce your carbon footprint:
Grow A Garden
Today, finding space in your apartment for your own furniture is a tough task. Never mind a whole garden. But having a garden doesn’t always mean having an open lawn where you’re confused about which tree you want to plant where. If you’re someone who lives in an apartment and has a small balcony, you can transform it into your own garden by adding hanging plants or by building a platform to place potted ones. If your apartment lacks a balcony, you can get small indoor potted plants, that help to provide your house with that beautiful nature aesthetic.
Plants absorb Carbon Dioxide and give out pure clean oxygen that is almost rare to find in a busy urban environment. Methods, like reducing the usage of concrete and providing bigger rings around trees to allow it some breathing space, should be considered on the municipal