The most meaningful action you can take to protect our wild ecosystems is to reduce your impact on the environment.
On average diet accounts for 40% of our carbon footprint. Make changes to your diet to reduce your footprint.
Whether at home or on the road, your choice of energy source can have a significant impact on reducing your footprint.
Emissions are generated in the production, transport and disposal of every item we consume.
The accumulated effect possible by changing habits in the way you commute and travel is much larger than you think!
Managing your waste has a direct positive impact on the healthcare of our ecosystems, especially the ocean.
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