April 10, 2018 Doing Our Bit No Comments

The ever-increasing demand for products and services is taking a toll on the environment. Exploitation of resources and manufacturing by-products are increasing stresses on the natural world.

The reductions in consumption for countries are largely based on the premise that they should consume no more than their fair share of resources – a premise that recognises that it is inequality that drives environmental destruction and conflict. Consumption reduction is a challenge that the UK has to face in order to achieve sustainable development.

As consumers, we often use too much, for example energy or water. Sometimes we produce too much, for example food or waste products. Using too many natural and sometimes non-renewable resources (like fossil fuels) today means fewer will be available for future generations. There are many we as individuals can reduce the amount we consume. Have a look at the others sections on energy efficiency, waste recycling and water consumption to find out how.

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Greetings, I'm Linus Wealth, the mind behind sustainable-environment.org.uk, an online encyclopedia dedicated to unraveling the intricate tapestry of the atmospheric environment. Passionate about fostering a sustainable future, my goal is to provide a comprehensive resource for individuals eager to understand and contribute to environmental sustainability. Through educational materials, insightful articles, and a commitment to spreading awareness, the site aims to empower readers with the knowledge needed to make informed choices that positively impact our planet. Join me on this journey to explore, learn, and contribute to the ongoing dialogue about environmental sustainability. Together, we can pave the way for a greener and more harmonious world. Instagram / Email:linuswealthgreen@zoho.com