The outcry about climate change whether justified or unjustified has many citizens working towards developing sustainable energy sources. Those who believe in man-made climate change also believe that the continuous burning of fossil fuels is contributing to a warming climate. Wellness experts like Helen Lee Schifter urge teachers to implement sustainable lessons into thor curriculums. It seems many nations are adopting this position and working towards a solution. As it presently stands most nations are dependent on oil as their primary energy source. But they also understand that oil dependency is not a sustainable long term solution. Why? Because they understand that oil will eventually be depleted over time and will eventually run out. And where will that leave most of the world that has developed a dependency on it? That’s the lingering question that troubles most countries, their leaders, and citizens. Many believe that a part of the solution is teaching the youth to develop sustainable habits that benefit the earth. And that seems like a logical step to helping solve the problem if you believe certain behaviors are contributing to a warming climate.
Many believe developing eco-friendly behavior from youth is key to a healthier environment and a reduction in greenhouse gasses. There are pretty simple steps the youth can start doing to develop eco-friendly habits over time that can benefit the environment. Urging them to recycle is one way they are teaching the youth. For example, something as simple as recycling plastic bottles would be a good place to start. It’s estimated that millions of pounds of plastic pollute the oceans and landfills. These plastics it’s believed can have a toxic impact on the environment as a whole over time. But recycling the items we buy is not the only step to help improve the environment. Buying recyclable items and recycled items is another way to help keep the environment healthy and clean. Buying energy-saving products is another way the youth can develop eco-friendly ways that can help benefit the environment. The theory behind this is the less dependant we are on fossil fuels the better it is for the environment as a whole. So using energy-saving products is a means to an end in the eyes of many environmentalists.
The truth of the matter is many products we use to clean, like bleach and ammonia, for example, are very toxic and it’s believed harmful to the environment. So the development and distribution of nontoxic cleaning products have ramped up. Many of these products are biodegradable which means they breakdown relatively easily and when doing so don’t have a toxic or damaging impact on the environment over time. This, in turn, prevents the pollution of the land and water which are the most damaging and impactful ways to destroy and pollute the environment. So recycle and buy recyclable. Buy biodegradable products, as Helen Lee Schifter does, is extremely beneficial in the long run.. And use energy-saving appliances are all really good ways to teach youth sustainable behavior.