Earth Day is right around the corner. This holiday was started in the 1970s to draw attention to the rise of environmentalism. There are several ways to celebrate Earth Day, from planting trees to lowering vehicle emissions. Read on to learn more about the best ways to get into this eco-friendly holiday.
According to inhabit, one of the best things you can do is plant some greenery. This includes things like wildflowers and trees, as well as doing some gardening. If you don’t have a lot of space, try creating a windowsill garden of herbs and small vegetables. Not only can more plants help reduce carbon dioxide, but if planted outside, they’re also great for wildlife.
Next, try recycling. Many areas offer recycling for things like plastic, newspaper, and cardboard. You should try to cut back on e-waste—a major problem for landfills and other areas. E-waste includes things like old cell phones and computers, many of which have harmful chemicals and toxic materials that can leech into you over time.
Change Driving Habits
Finally, change your driving habits. To begin with, try to cut back on speeding—a major cause of poor fuel economy. You should also try to avoid driving during rush hour to cut back on gridlock (a major source of vehicle emissions). You can also reduce emissions by servicing your car regularly. Stop by Cronic CDJR to have your car serviced or to trade-in for a more eco-friendly model.