Updated: September 27, 2014
It’s Blog Action Day today.
This is the day when bloggers around the world unite to write about a single topic. For 2009, the theme is Climate Change.
And just like last year’s Blog Action Day on Poverty, I choose to give some simple and practical advice on how we can help solve this global issue.
In the past, I’ve written several posts that can help you save money – and if you think about it, most of them will not only give you some extra cash; but they can also reduce your impact on the environment.
Isn’t it good to know that by being frugal, you can also do something to help our planet?
Let’s now look back at some of these “green” money saving tips.
Projects such as Trash To Cash by SM Supermalls can turn your junk into profit. Try to see if there are recycling markets in your area.
Learn about perceived obsolescence
Another way to reduce the waste we produce is to learn about the concept of perceived obsolescence. You can learn more about Perceived Obsolescence here but in simple words, it just means NOT replacing stuff, specially gadgets, that still work just because there’s already a better model.
When you buy fuel efficient vehicles, drive with practical sense and use your car less often, then you help reduce the carbon dioxide emissions to our environment. There’s actually a lot more you can do. Here’s a couple of posts I wrote:
When you use less electrical energy, you do not only reduce your carbon footprint, but you help conserve one of the most valuable non-renewable energy that we have. Learn how to save energy at home with these articles:
I guess that’s it. I hope I was able to inspire you today to do more for our environment.
Lastly, I’d like to share with you this video on Blog Action Day 2009. If you’re up to more reading about Climate Change, then you can check out their website and see what other bloggers wrote about today.
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