Valerie S.ParticipantJanuary 16, 2018 at 11:42 pmPost count: 3
Do you think we can prevent somehow, human activities that destroy the environment? I personally believe that we have to change some everyday behaviors.
The problem is that we are so many on the planet and it is so difficult to change so many different cultures that every place on earth has.
What do you think about my idea?Susie E.ParticipantJanuary 17, 2018 at 12:03 amPost count: 1
Hello Valerie, really interesting question. You can always start by changing your own behaviors, and the people around you, like family etc. There are many small things you can start of, like:
1.You can learn to live with less air conditioning. Depending on the country you live, try to avoid it.
2.You can try to avoid foods imported from far away, because this way we consume more resources. The amount of ocean noise pollution created by unnecessary transportation of food stuffs is staggering.
3.When you go to bed, don’t forget to turn heating down at night.
4.Something also really important, is the use of plastic bags worldwide. Try to avoid plastic bags and use your own.
I’m sure there are so many changes we can make in our everyday life, that If a lot of people adopt this attitude, it will be much better pretty soon.. !!YolandaParticipantFebruary 11, 2018 at 11:34 amPost count: 2
We, humans are the greatest impact in the environment. We have made the world to move from the primitive society to an advanced society. Whatever we do in the environment has it’s effects to the planet. For ages of our existence, we have influenced life on earth. We make the planet as we think it is good for us and our pleasures, but we don’t think about the consequences of our actions.
🙁kevinkruse26ParticipantMay 8, 2018 at 7:37 pmPost count: 1
We as human beings have grown to be depending on luxuries inclusive of cars, homes, or even our cell phones. But what do our love for synthetic metal and plastic items do to the environment? A human hobby can be immediately attributed to the reason of hundreds of extinctions within the last two centuries, as opposed to the millions of years that extinctions clearly arise.
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