The rate at which the wild animals are being killed in India, the days are not far behind when they soon become a thing of the past. What is even more shocking to know that some of the endangered species of animals, birds and fish such as the tiger, lion, elephant, rhinoceros, vulture, Himalayan quail, red-crowned roofed turtle, etc. are already on the verge of extinction. The prominent reasons for this danger are the widespread poaching of the animals, environment pollution and loss of natural habitat. In order to protect the wildlife from the extinction, the Government of India and several associations or bodies are taking steps. However, if you also want to do something meaningful from your part to save the animals and support the government, then here are the five prominent ways that you can consider:
Learn about Endangered Species
Nowadays more and more people are turning to environmentally friendly lifestyle as the only common sense alternative to increasing pollution and health issues. But green living doesn’t mean buying organic food and recycling your batteries only. If you really opt to embrace this way of life, you have to go further. There are many different types of both small and big changes that can improve not only the health of our planet, but also our own. Many things are written (and said) about making green improvements in your home, but what about your workplace?
Reduce the Health Threatening Factors
When it comes to green workplace many people neglect the fact that we live in truly harmful environment. If you want to work in healthy and Eco-friendly environment turning the lights off, when leaving the place is good, yet small step. Here is what you can do to improve your company’s office.
Green is gaining momentum and not just because it is the color of 2013. The green movement is heating up and you can expect more measures for greener living. One of these measures comes from Energy Secretary nominee Ernest Moniz, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology physics professor, who has announced his intention to increase the use of natural gas. He believes it is one of the ways that we can fight climate change.
In an article from boston.com, Moniz said that ‘‘‘a stunning increase’’ in production of domestic natural gas in recent years was nothing less than a ‘‘revolution’’ that has led to reduced emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases that cause global warming.’
He has also told the Senate Energy Committee about how the natural gas boom has led to a dramatic surge in expansion of manufacturing as well as job creation.
What brought on this so-called revolution?
When you embark on a project that will produce large amounts of waste, like a home renovation for instance, you might run into a bit of a quandary on what do with all of it. Home renovations produce piles upon piles of waste in the way of wood, sheetrock, insulation, brick, carpets, glass, porcelain, metal and roofing material. Its impossible to fit all of that in your garbage can and there’s no way you can get away with leaving piles of junk on the curb (garbage haulers don’t take kindly to that sort of thing) so what to do?
You might consider taking it to a landfill nearby, but that would require several truck loads and trips back and forth. Landfills aren’t exactly a cheap option either. Landfills often charge in the range of $50-$100 for a full pickup truck load. And– surprise– if it’s not secured and covered they’ll ding ya for an extra $25.