Leaving Not A Trace: How To Reduce Your Carbon And Currency Footprint In 5 Biodegradable Steps

“Your beliefs become your thoughts,
Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.”
~ Mahatma Gandhi

Ten years ago it may have been extremely difficult to exist in this materialistic world without recurring a huge carbon and currency footprint. In fact, it still is extremely difficult. The good news is that a new era has arrived where – for the first time – it is acceptable and even cool to considerably reduce the demands and essentially the strain we put on this planet.

By examining our personal currency and carbon footprints and taking positive actions towards reducing them, we are not only carving the way for others to follow, but we will also be celebrated (rather than told we’re weird) for doing so.

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Lauren
Lauren
Lauren Simpson-Green, who has had quite a few life-affirming spiritual experiences already, now passes her days trying to master one of the most challenging and rewarding spiritual experiences of all; being a mother to two children. Based in Devon, UK, she spends the rest of her time working on a children's book, practising yoga and making wool fairies and gnomes for her daughter's school fayres.

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Sasha Wisely

We may consume only local strawberries and travel between countries on foot, but unless more incentives are supported on the governmental level, it’s hard to expect big outcomes any time soon. Setting energy development standards, investing in research and alternative sources, educating people on how to decrease consumption… these are the steps we need to demand our policymakers to do in the first place.

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