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Ecological sustainability

Ecological sustainability implies preserving the productivity of the waterways, soils, and ecosystems over the long term while reducing our influence on the natural environment and human health to a level that the natural environment and mankind can tolerate.

Our concept of environmental sustainability is as follows:

Ways to live more sustainably

Think twice before shopping

Every product we purchase has an environmental footprint, from the materials used to create it to the pollution emitted during manufacturing to the packaging that ends up in landfills. So before you buy, ask yourself if you really need it. If you do, consider buying gently used instead of new, and look for minimal packaging and shipping.

Go #PlasticFree

Plastic never goes away. You can start cutting down on your plastic waste in a few simple steps: use reusable bags when you shop, ditch single-use water bottles, bags, and straws and avoid products made from or packaged in plastic whenever possible

Make sure your big purchases have big environmental benefits.

manufacturing new cars takes a lot of resources too. But if you’re in the market for a new car, look for a fuel-efficient model — you’ll save thousands on gas money and reduce your carbon footprint over the years. If you’re buying a new refrigerator, washer or dryer, look for the Energy Star label to find the most efficient appliances.

Take Extinction Off Your Plate

Meat production is one of the most environmentally destructive industries on the planet, responsible for massive amounts of water use, pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and habitat destruction. Prevent food waste with smart, planned shopping and creative ways to consume what you purchase.