One of the greatest evils plaguing modern society is the prevalence of single use plastics. Whether you're high up in the mountains, or deep diving in the ocean, you are guaranteed to come across some form of plastic that will be there long after we're all gone. To overcome this evil, we all need to put in concerted efforts, give upon a little bit of convenience, and make small adjustments to our lifestyles. Read on to find out how you too can be a part of the anti-plastic revolution and let your grandchildren thank you for your sacrifice.
PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES
The ease and convenience of buying and disposing a plastic water bottle is something that cannot be matched. However, once we take into account the 35 billion plastic bottles that are thrown yearly and the fact that a single bottle takes a minimum of 800 years to decompose, it is easy to see that the costs are actually much higher than the Rs. 20 paid for the bottle.
The eco-friendly way is a little bit more laborious and a tad bit more expensive. BUY A REUSABLE BOTTLE AND CARRY IT WHEREVER YOU GO! While you might have to pay just a little extra, the earth will be grateful for the choice you make for years to come!
Copper Bottle from The Happy Turtle.
Looks good, feels good, lasts long!
Behti hawa sa tha woh, udti patang sa tha woh, kaha gaya usse dhundo. This famous lyric can just as easily be applied to the polythene bags that we're all so fond of. They flow with the wind, get caught up in trees, plants, and lakes, and stay there for time immemorial.
How can we overcome? Use a handmade bag every time you go grocery or vegetable shopping. Save 10 rupees at your grocery store each time and the bag will pay for itself within a year!
Handloom Sling Bag by Tender Hearts
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Geometric Art Tote Bag
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Folding Bag With Kalamkari