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The Eco Preservation Society isn't forcing one to take extreme steps, but rather encouraging each of us to take a minumum of one eco friendly step toward becoming more sustainable. If most of us take one step then as a complete, we could make a substantial difference.
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The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.

Good Green Habits To Take From the CoronaVirus Pandemic

  The Covid-19 Pandemic is Terrible. Here are Some Great Green Habits You Can Take From It, That Will Help The Environment     This is a Guest Post by Donald Giddings The CoronaVirus and Covid-19 pandemic has proven to be a terrible virus, infecting millions of people. Countries all over the world have been […]

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  The Covid-19 Pandemic is Terrible. Here are Some Great Green Habits You Can Take From It, That Will Help The Environment     This is a Guest Post by Donald Giddings The CoronaVirus and Covid-19 pandemic has proven to be a terrible virus, infecting millions of people. Countries all over the world have been […]

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The Covid-19 Pandemic is Terrible. Here are Some Great Green Habits You Can Take From It, That Will Help The Environment

 

pandemic habits

 

This is a Guest Post by Donald Giddings

The CoronaVirus and Covid-19 pandemic has proven to be a terrible virus, infecting millions of people. Countries all over the world have been enforcing stay-at-home orders in order to slow down the spread and keep people safe. Though it has caused much despair, there are some good habits to take from the this pandemic to help the environment.

Since people have been spending more time at home, they have become really creative with how they spend that time. It has led people to develop new habits and try things they wouldn’t have tried before. Some of these habits aren’t only enjoyable but are also beneficial for the environment.

Since people have spent more time at home, there has been less pollution and littering.

As things slowly go back to normal, there are some habits we should continue to practice to help the environment.

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Pandemic Green Habits #1 – Repurposing Old Clothing

As people have been trying to get their hands on masks, many people have resorted to making their own. Handkerchiefs, shirts, and tank tops have all successfully been repurposed to make masks.

Reusing and repurposing clothes is a habit we all should continue after the coronavirus pandemic. This will prevent clothes from filling up landfills and even save you money. From making grocery bags to pillowcases and even quilts, there are many ways to repurpose old clothes.

Pandemic Green Habits #2 – Making Your Own Disinfectant

Due to the lack of disinfecting wipes available in stores, people have resorted to making their own disinfectants. Not only can this be cost-efficient, but it can also help keep bottles out of landfills and stop plastic from ending up in the ocean.

You can make a simple disinfectant spray by combining one gallon (about 31/2 litres) of water and one-third cup (about 75ml) of bleach. By using a reusable spray bottle, you won’t have to throw one out every time you run out.

Pandemic Green Habits #3 – Going for More Walks

With gyms being closed down, people have become creative with their workout routine. Many people have chosen to go for more walks to get their daily steps in. Not only is going on more walks healthier for you, but it can even help the environment.

Instead of going to the gym in the future, dedicate a couple of days to going for walks instead. Not only will you be saving gas / petrol, but also you will be using less electricity by getting out of the house.

Pandemic Green Habits #4 – More Time Spent Gardening

With more time and trips to the grocery store becoming more complicated, many people have resorted to gardening. Gardening comes with many benefits, for both people and the environment.

Gardening has many benefits for the environment, including reducing pollution and reducing your carbon footprint. In addition, it can help nourish the soil and help native wildlife strive. Not to mention you get some delicious fruits and vegetables, as well as beautiful flowers as a result of gardening.

Making Light of a Dark Situation

In some way or another, the coronavirus has affected everyone. This terrible virus has changed our way of living and caused lots of suffering. Despite all the pain and struggles it has caused, there are some good habits we can take from this pandemic to help the environment.

 

Author Bio:-  Donald Giddings is founder and editor-in-chief at Green Living Zone. A lifelong sustainability enthusiast, Donald is always looking for the best way to live in harmony with nature. When he is not trying out new eco-friendly recipes, he writes engaging content about green, sustainable ways to maintain your home, body, and soul, readily sharing his abundant experience with other green living aficionados.

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