The current state of food systems is detrimental to both human health and the environment, even though they have the potential to nurture human health
Category: Sustainable Living Tips
IKEA Will Ban Dairy Products by 2030 to Promote Sustainability
The Swedish furniture giant IKEA has announced that it plans to remove all dairy products from the menus of its cafes by the year 2030
Composting your intimate clothing? Let’s look at fashion sustainably!!
Sustainable Living with Public Transport
It is impossible for a person to go from one location to another if they do not have access to appropriate modes of transportation such
Why discard when you can repair and reuse!!
The revolution in tech and electronics- The technological revolution has brought about changes in how people live their lives and communicate, as well as brought
Sustainable Living with LED lights
The lighting business has recently seen a significant advancement with the introduction of LED lights. LED technology, with its low power consumption and long lifespan,
Sustainability!! Wellness!! Hospitality!!
Hello Readers!! I see lots of posts on LinkedIn on health and wellness and on the overall lifestyle that is needed for us. However, maintaining
Reduce Environmental Impact on the Internet
Have we ever thought of reducing the environmental impact on the internet or digital? Never. However, some experts have been talking about ethical standards, the
Its time to move towards sustainable living
Sustainability is the core of our living, Post COVID, the whole world is talking about it, however, this was there for a long but we
Empathy… Need of the hour
Do you have an empathetic nature? Have you ever tried to understand this concept? Have you ever tried to analyze the impact of being empathetic?
“Sustainable Thoughts”- with Care! & Help!
This video is about self consciousness or self care and self help and how can we bring sustainability in the life? Have you ever tried
Harmony is key to long-term sustainable living
Not only did the forests in India provide a home for the country’s flora and wildlife, but they also served as a vital source of