Use Green Search Engines instead of classic search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. If you feel overwhelmed by the thousand different search results returned by a normal search engine such as Google, Bing or Yahoo, you might want to have a look at search engines like Ecosearch, GoodSearch, GoodTree, Ecosia,… These sites refer to more sustainable and greener websites
Buy your clothing in second hand stores or rent them if you have a special occasion. Circular fashion is the way to go! It is not only good for the planet, it also allows you to be more creative and save money!
Quit buying bottled water. Instead, get a water bottle that you can refill. Bottled water wastes fossil fuels in both production and transport, and the plastic bottles continue to end up in our landfills. Tap water in the US is subject to more stringent federal safety regulations than bottled water, so when you drink from the tap you know it’s actually safe to drink
Take the stairs! This also works as a booty workout ;-).
Don’t use plastic bags. Always take your own bags, cups, boxes, etc… for groceries so you can buy in bulk.
Shop locally and seasonally
If you’re hosting a party and you want your guests’ drinks to look good, use washable metal straws instead of disposable plastic straws.
Use solar energy charges for your smartphones and tablets.
Plant a tree with someone (find out more about our Growing Tree Initiative here)
And of course… Share a scooter! (or a car, or a bike 🙂 )