July 4, 2020


Anything but ordinary

A Quick Guide to Going Green

In this day and age, it’s getting easier and easier to go green, as companies...

In this day and age, it’s getting easier and easier to go green, as companies respond to pressure from governments and interest groups. Everyday citizens are putting pressure on companies to do their bit and make it easier to be kind to our environment. Beyond recycling and turning off the lights when you leave the house, here are a few ways that you can do your part and go green.

Go Renewable

Look for renewable energy options for your home. If your power company isn’t doing it, that doesn’t mean you can’t. You might find that there are renewable energy options that you can install for yourself. For example, look into how to get a solar power system New Jersey or your area. Sometimes you can even sell excess power back to your power company.

Go Sustainable

Check that the products you buy are made from sustainable materials. These days, sustainably sourced products and foods are becoming more and more common, and it’s getting easier and easier to find out where your products come from, who makes them, and what the environmental costs are. It’s a small step, but if companies notice that their sustainable products sell better, then they will know that there is a market and they will step in to fill that market niche.

Go Public

Cars are one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. With the growth of ride-share apps, there are more and more affordable alternatives to driving everywhere in your own car. Walking is, of course, better for you, and if public transportation is available — the more it’s used, the more available it will become.

Go For It

As going green becomes easier and easier, it becomes harder and harder to justify not going green. Given the stakes, can you really afford to not go green?