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Why stand up for our planet

and become a Difference-Maker?

"Greening is not just a buzzword for reducing, reusing, and recycling – greening saves money, energy, and natural resources"

Each of us can live sustainably and help build a better world for everyone. Our actions, our choices, and our lifestyles can have a profound impact on the environment, both positively and negatively. How we choose to live on our planet will either heal or hurt it; nevertheless, there are ways to help us better understand the issues resulting from human activities. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) helps us understand how we can reduce our environmental footprint for a healthy and sustainable life. Read more ...

The "take, make, and waste" mentality is

stifling our planet

We continue to pump greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, as we take, make and waste - creating a strain and taking its toll on our planet. 

We may not be able to undo what has already been done, but we can surely change the way we live in cities by making big green, bold sustainable moves.

Traditionally, business establishments existed for one reason; that is, to make the best return on capital for their shareholders - a model that has brought us to where we are now – on the brink of climate catastrophe. The 21st century is even looking impossible to achieve a sustainable environment under current economic models unless sustainability is at the center when considering environmental, social, and economic impacts. Net-zero is an ambitious target, but if we are to build a truly sustainable world, we need to radically redesign the economy to replace our one-direction approach of “take, make, and waste.”

We can keep our holidays and events green, create greener lawns and gardens, or opt for greener diets and choose greener products and services which would certainly lead to greener living; however, creating more sustainability-conscious economies will require transformative solutions being put on steroids to offset current climate and environmental risks. 

Developing Sustainable Cities

Living in cities can be exciting. People tend to want more; i.e., better jobs, educational opportunities, cultural facilities, high and mid-rise luxury apartments, and luxury condos overlooking skylines and rivers. But the truth is our influence on the urban environment is actually disturbing habitats.  When we alter our natural habitats to build cities, we kill plants, animals, and species along the way, with the real possibility of extinction. Cities have to also deal with pollution problems from emissions, pesticides, water depletion and contaminated water supplies because there isn't much soil to retain water. Cities are referred to as concrete jungles! Brick surfaces tend to trap heat from the sun causing temperature increases. Creating more sustainability-conscious architecture in our communities is possible but it will require transformative solutions being put on steroids to offset climate and environmental risks. 

Happy Earth day should be every day

Every day

There's a call for us to slow down our fashion cravings which means we need to change our thinking that being in "fast fashion" and trends are catering to our real needs – it is not – rather it is putting profits ahead of pollution and climate change.

Every year since 1970, the history of Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 to raise awareness about pollution problems and what we should be doing right to address the wrongdoings in the environment. We hear loud voices, big leaders, environmentalists, activists, philanthropists, and others calling for a big change; however, fighting for a better planet should be a daily practice – embracing nature is every day! Earth Day is really about making those small lifestyle choices that add up to a big impact. 

According, to Greenpeace, the fashion industry is one of the most lucrative and destructive industries on earth averaging €1.5 trillion every year through its production of over a billion pieces of clothing annually. Sadly, global garment production is set to increase by 63% in 2030, a trend that is reaching its limit (Chiara Campine 2017). In 2017, a Summit in Copenhagen reported that globally, the fashion industry consumed nearly 80 billion cubic meters of fresh water, emitted over a million tonnes of CO2, and produced 92 million tonnes of waste.

ThereThis makes the industry a disastrous and increasingly higher risk of environmental impacts on the planet and could result in sudden and irreversible environmental changes. i

There is NO "Planet B"


"Be a Difference-maker" 

If we can't get rid of them,

we can put them to good use

Making a difference in communities first starts at home

Tote Bag

  • Reuse what you already have or recycle by donating food, clothes, and electronics

  • Reuse food waste by composting at home

  • Reuse masks (use reusable whenever possible)

  • Recycle plastic, paper, cans, bottles 

  • Reuse plastic bags as much as possible

  • Eat more plant-based meals

  • Eat lesser portions of meat

  • Reduce food consumption (take only what's needed)

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  • Reduce energy usage

  • Reduce water usage

  • Bring your own bag

  • Take 5-minute showers 

  • Unplug unused home appliances

  • Turn off lights when not in use

  • Buy local produce and use products with no or less packaging

  • Drive less 

  • Zero-waste Fashion

  • Avoid single-use plastic bags, cups, and containers and invest in reusable food storage

  • Invest in a washing machine filter that prevents microfiber pollution by capturing millions of tiny plastic fibers shed by synthetic fabrics during the wash cycle

  • Remember! Use those leftovers in your refrigerator before they go bad, you will help to keep trash out of our landfills.

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Support a more circular economy

Credit video: Greenpeace

Become a sustainable fashion-minded global citizen

Shopping for Clothes

Before you buy all new - STOP! 


revisit the old






  • New fashion can start in old wardrobes. Turn those old sweaters, and shirts into mittens, wine bottle warmers, pet clothing or bedding, warm handbags,  and cushion covers.

  • Organize a clothing swap with family, friends, and co-workers, or go thrifting for second-hand fashion; this way, we can save money as we avoid pollution that comes with "fast fashion." If we must buy brand-new clothes, opt for a few high-quality pieces made from organic materials with a long-lasting life cycle.

  • Buying lots of cheap, synthetic garments will not last long and will pollute the ocean.

  • Turn old drapes into bedspreads, pillowcases, or fashionable table clothes

  • Re-use old bath towels by cutting them into 2-4 pieces for kitchen/hand towels or foot mats. ​

Use what we already have: Sun, Soil, Water, Air

The sun, a powerful source of energy produced for billions of years 

Solar energy is an inexhaustible fuel source that is pollution-free.


sustainable energy through solar-powered agricultural watering

A solar-powered agricultural watering system is a sustainable

and sensible move to save our natural resources.  

Green irrigation system

is a mindset.


Make a pledge to become a greening citizen 

Get Involved today!

Avoid single-use water bottles and cups; opt for secondhand clothing, furniture, toys, and educational gadgets; support companies with sustainable manufacturing practices that save more water and more energy, and opt for vegetarian diets or fewer meat products. Tell us how you are making a difference to reduce your carbon footprint and we will highlight your achievements in our Take Action tab. Make a pledge today, let your voice be heard, and follow us in this fight by helping us uncover natural processes and green and innovative ideas that could restore local ecosystems.

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