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Rethinking sustainability in a pandemic is not easy. However, it's making us find new ways to better our lives. From our carbon emission to our daily activities, we know that the key to sustainability is being able to meet our own needs without compromising the ability of generations to come. It takes each one of us to make an impactful difference.

Sustainability is crucial and to measure their carbon footprint, people can look at the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere from their daily activities including things like driving a car, how much waste we produce, how we dispose of it, the type of products we buy, what we eat and how much we travel all need to be looked at.

Implementing Sustainability

Impactful ways to implement sustainability start off by taking part in planting trees and checking to see where the products you use come from. Research to see how they are transported. Additionally, the use of individual vehicles has a huge negative impact. Instead, you can opt for public transportation or even to walk or ride a bicycle which improves your health too.

Other ways include turning off the lights. Checking how your vegetables have been grown. Choosing to stop using animal products or reducing them can help start your journey. Use less water and buy what you need only when you need it. Avoid single use plastics and use recycled goods as much as possible. These are all small steps you can take.

Transforming The Landscape

The pandemic has really slowed down the world and there has been a very sharp and positive impact on climate change and the amount of emissions. Governments need to look into programs that will transform the landscape in this looming recession. Sustainability has to be taken more seriously than ever. Sustainability has become a business necessity in 2021. The time is now.

Businesses need to adapt to a range of new environmental and social risks. The start of the pandemic has shown how quickly governments and the private sector were able to mobilize. This means that it's possible to create a system. Sustainability is not a trend but our new reality. Companies will be forced to comply as governments put new measures into place.

Technology Is Creating An Easier Life

The usage of apps can help measure carbon footprint and control measures. Capture is a trusted CO2 tracker that helps you learn more about emissions from everyday choices. Deedster is an award-winning app that helps businesses shift to a sustainable lifestyle. Businesses can engage their employees and increase their awareness about climate and sustainability. There is also a carbon calculator online.

Tackling climate change is a top priority. Deedster allows consumers to easily view, track, and reduce their climate impact and carbon emissions. Climate change interacts with many aspects of our lives, so it's always good to be prepared well in advance. Companies that have integrated sustainability into their business strategies before the pandemic has placed an even stronger focus on it now.

Decreasing Your Carbon emission

You can minimise your carbon emissions and help the environment in many different ways. Whether it be home, work, school, or whilst you travel, small changes can add up. To reduce your carbon footprint, you should implement and do things like decrease the energy that you use daily, eat fewer animal products, shop locally, travel wisely, and decrease your waste output.

Sustainability Is Part Of Our Culture

Employees are willing to find communities which they can identify with. They purposefully look for affiliations inside and outside of the work place. They seek information about company values before applying for a job. Work environments that support sustainability and companies which let employees live their beliefs are ideal. This improves productivity and employees are happier. They also put more effort.

The Maritime Industry Is Catching Up

The maritime industry is improving and exerting more effort to change to a sustainable model. They try to avoid wasteful delays in shipping and increase the speed of ships, they encourage the use of less fuel, CO2 emissions are cut, and they make sure to avoid getting stranded outside ports as this will take up more resources. Fuel efficiency and safety increases.

Ports are moving and damaging maritime ecosystems. This is a cause for concern and countries with large shipping industries such as Singapore are looking at consolidating their current handling facilities by implementing sustainable practices. The maritime industry also causes noise and light pollution. Decarbonization systems are being put into place to reduce carbon emissions. They're setting the right course for other industries.

Carbon Emission Is Real

There are a couple of industries that create the majority of carbon emissions. These are the agriculture sector, energy industry such as the burning of fossil fuels, forestry, and wasteland ,an. Reducing our carbon footprint brings cleaner air, healthier diets, or reduced energy bills. Raising awareness of this issue in your community can make an impact and great change will happen.


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