Less food consumed means less number of trips to the grocery store thus less fuel for your vehicle. Start giving up that morning or afternoon snack. This will help you get rid of that bulging tummy and attain good health in the long term.
Having fewer power hungry devices at home will save you power. Don’t buy anything that you don’t really need.
What people generally need are food, clothing and shelter. If you have satisfied your needs and have too much, why not give to people in need. Chances are, you need only 50% of all those stuff in your home. Live simply.
Walk to work or shop in the nearest grocery or division store. This will mean less carbon burned when riding your vehicle. Do this at least 30 minutes a day for five days a week and you will surely avoid chronic diseases like blood pressure, diabetes, stroke and even cancer.
Use refuse from the kitchen to make your own organic manure. This can give you a maintainable source of food.
One simple way to do this is to place all your organic wastes into a covered waste bin, dig a hole in your backyard big enough to provide the wastes from a full bin, and bury your wastes there. Plant a papaya plant on top of the covered waste. Repeat the process and you will reap more than enough papaya fruits after several months.