- Thursday | 10th January, 2019
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Well, apart from you there are a number of travel enthusiasts who would love to have the same experience, but during this course did you drop a wrapper of chips or dumped a plastic bottle down the mountain? Well, this world Environment Day, pledge to be more responsible and save the Environment!
Rare are the ones who would say a ‘no’ when it comes to travelling. But when you are all pepped up to explore the greens and grooves did you pay attention to the ones who are coming after? Well, apart from you there are a number of travel enthusiasts who would love to have the same experience, but during this course did you drop a wrapper of chips or dumped a plastic bottle down the mountain? Well, this world Environment Day, pledge to be more responsible and save the Environment!
First and foremost, don’t throw away things here and there. Make sure that you find a suitable dustbin or take make some room for wrappers in your bag! Yes, there are a number of people who are going to visit the place after you and they definitely don’t want litter around them. So be kind.
When we are planning to pack things up, we cannot decide which shirt to wear or what shoes to take and end up taking extra pairs. Well, did you know that for every extra 100 pounds in your car, your fuel efficiency goes down by two percent?
Look for packages that aren’t packed too much in plastic. Take up food in glass jars rather than plastic ones, and detergents in boxes rather than bottles.
It is seen that most of the tourist places are littered with straws and of course you do without them. So next time when you are vacationing, make sure that you don’t take up straws.
When going to a place meet people and travel with in local transports rather than going for cabs. Enjoy the place in its raw form. Walk with people, eat at stalls and embrace the nature.
So, next time you are packing, make some space for the environment and beat plastic pollution.
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