Sustainable development has been defined in many ways, but the most frequently quoted definition is from Our Common Future, also known as the Brundtland Report: "Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
Turn off the lights when natural light is sufficient and when you leave the room. It's that simple!
Power your computer down when you're away. A computer turned off uses at least 65% less energy than a computer left on or idle on a screen saver.
Take your own bags for your daily groceries. Say no to harmful Plastic
Print and copy on two sides, save single-sided pages for notes, and print only what you need.
It has been estimated that 13% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions result from the production and transport of food.
Fix leaking taps, do not leave taps running unnecessarily
Paper, Glass, Tin can be recycled and re-used.By buying used products and reselling or recyling items you no longer use, you dramatically reduce your carbon footprint from the “provision of goods.”
When possible, walk or ride your bike in order to avoid carbon emissions completely. Carpooling and public transportation drastically reduce CO2 emissions.
More greenery = Cleaner Air
Donate used cell phones and chargers, furniture clothing and cleaning and school supplies.