I leave crystals in places that need energized, clean dense energies from the places I travel & bless the earth at every opportunity.
We always recycle, continue to buy products that have less packaging and bring our own bags to the grocery store so that we don't have to use the plastic ones.
I have started a recycling wter bottles at the office - our not so well paid cleaning lady from Greece gets to sell them and keep the money. Two easy causes in one. Never water bottles at home! Never throw anything in the see. Pick glass bottle pieces from the street so kids and dogs/cats/other animals don't get hurt. So much can be done, little by little.
There is a sustainable market in the next village where people take surplus garden produce for sale or exchange.
I took gooseberries and globe artichokes.
We also talk about more sustainable projects and ideas
This Summer, as a beekeeper I have collected swarms of bees. I am bringing them up to full strength colonies and then I will be installing them in friend's gardens in my area where I hope they will grow and thrive. the bees are kept naturally with no pesticides. The gardens are also pesticide free.
It's been years since me and my family have started recycling. I also became a vegetarian, and I sometimes use some of my spare time to clean up the streets and roads of my town. I also frequently sign petitions and I gave half of my money prize, from a writing competition I won, to Greenpeace. My school notebooks are all made out of recycled paper. I joined a group that cleans up the beaches of the lake I live near to, wich is very polluted and needs all the help it can get to be cleaned up.
I became a vegetarian and recycle since years. I try to avoid using plastic bags and aluminium foil. I bought 100% recycled copy and print paper (even though it costs more, but that doesn't matter!) and I always try to handle every person and animal with respect. I also try to teach my friends and family to look more after our planet. My boyfriend and I travelled Australia and Southeastasia for 19 month and learned a lot! Hope more people will recognize soon that we have to change a lot to save the planet!!!
I always take my own bags to the stores. We compost and recycle. We eat vegan. We have a native plant garden which requires little to no water!
I'm a recycler. I take all my magazines to the Clinic. I raise my own food and buy at the farmer's market. I freeze and can vegetables and fruits. I'm getting away from puchasing canned goods at the store. I don't eat beef. I contribute to several environmental organizations.
I'm talking with a bat removal group about installing some bat houses & relocating some bats they have retrieved from other houses & places to my property. This will greatly reduce the mosquito population without using pesticides.