I am a supportive of helping the environment of planet Earth to be as clean as possible with less pollutants and harmful substances that can damage our planet. Even with all these luxurious objects for us to live our lives comfortably, we also have to realize that these things have a downside that doesn’t directly affect you but rather the land that you live in. So I have strived for myself to try to help our environment last as long as possible and hopefully even prevent such damaging effects on our planet. Everyone counts on helping out even if you believe your the only one. That one person can make a big difference.
Before 2011 arrives, I plan on preparing myself to switch my energy towards wind powered energy rather than an industrial type since it helps the environment to be less pollutant by the industrial powered buildings. I’ve thought about this option ever since Con Edison had sent a mail about another power option plan in which it reduces pollution. In a naturalist sense, when switching over to wind powered, one can say that the energy that powers our house comes from nature and that “its natural rather than manmade for us to have energy in our homes” kind of response. I personally like the concept of wind energy because of the fact that there are no such downsides on energy consumption and any type of hazardous materials that might be left over from a power plant.
A more household way of “going green” is to reuse the milk cartons, soda bottles, etc. and make it more useful and productive in my house. It can even be saved up for a child’s science project for that matter. My parents run a daycare center near where I live so I usually bring them lots of cartons for the kids to create new projects. At home, if I have enough spare bottles and cartons leftover, I’d create a simple doorstop as well as a substitute funnel for any types of cooking I might do. Of course, if you get even more creative, you can even make a birdhouse out of plastic bottles and cartons.
There are endless possibilities of reusing the things that you are about to throw away and it will help out a lot in the long end. This includes giving the earth a little breathing space.