Now you might wonder how marriage can be a way to solve the environmental crisis! We all are fascinated with wedding cards for being highly beautiful, unique, and stylish. But what would you think about cards that are organic and will make mother nature bless you!
Even after using these products, when you discard these cards, they will act as compost for the plants. In these cards are seeds that will grow into plants after you bury it! “This paper made from cow dung consists of vegetation seeds. Even if the paper is dumped, the seeds present in it will grow in plants of Tulsi, Gander, Soap, cumin, etc thereby encouraging nature,” according to the makers of this innovation.
These cards are highly beneficial for nature and will lead to a decrease in the use of toxic chemicals in the making of products like cards, etc.
4. Organic Idols
Some other ways we can adopt in our everyday lives include substituting chemical products with organic products. Idols made of cow dung can be used during Ganpati puja and Navratri festivals.
5. Our Choice Of Pens
How much of you have used ‘use-and-throw’ pens? Have you figured out what happens with them after you throw them away, and how they pollute the environment?
Just to save some money, we have forgotten about how much pollution we create in the environment. In the manner of banning polythene bags we have forgotten about the other ways in which we contribute to increasing pollution levels.
Have you ever looked at the nib of your ball pen and thought about the ink that is used in a pen and how many chemicals it contains?
Either you can reduce it by making less use of it, or we can also use a reusable pen, with refills that can be replaced. By using a ball pen with as thin a nib as possible we also can minimise the negative effects it can have on the environment.