" Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's need, but not even a single man's greed "
"What is man without energy? Nothing - Nothing at all "- Mark Twain
"Ecology is permanent economy" - Sunderlal Bahuguna
"Energy is life. Conserve it " - BEE (Bureau of Energy Efficiency)
"Energy is an eternal delight, and he who desires, but acts not, breeds pestilence"
"Give up greed and enjoy the bounties of Nature Ishopanishad"
Ancient Vedic Text of India.
" Plant a tree. If each of us 6 billion inhabitants of this planet planted a tree, the green balance would tip favourably once again"
Mike H. Pandey.
"I never use plastic bags. Instead I have little bags made of jute material, like we had in the old days. Using the traditional jute bags not only helps the environment, but it creates jobs for Afghans who sew the bags"
Prince Mostapha Zaher
"I don't want to give just one tip, because that could make you close your mind. But we have to live with less. Less food, less meat, less fuel, less shopping"
Yann Arthus Bertrand
"Buy new electric and hybrid cars as soon as they become available. Same goes for new appliances heaters, air conditioners, etc. They're more energy-efficient"
"The single most important thing people can do to avert catastrophic climate change is to work as hard as possible to get their nation's government to adopt a rapidly shrinking cap on greenhouse gas emissions".
"Rather than cutting trees down, we make an effort to use fallen fallen branches first-or break up furniture or other things made from wood that people are going to throw away".
"We have stopped using gold objects in our parish. God should not be worshipped with products that cause suffering and destroy nature".
"I would advise people to find out about their local car-sharing club-If there isn't one then think about setting one up"
"Always clean up after ypurself. You are responsible for the waste you produce and you should ensure that it's disposed of in an environmentally sound manner".
Grow your own vegetables. As long as you have clean earth and you don't live near a site that produces pollution, this is the best way to ensure you have pollution-free food.
Look for high-quality durable products that will last a long time, and then take good care of them.
Go veg once a week! Meatless Mondays! Imagine if the world reduced its environmental footprint by changing our diets one person at a time.
Remember itadakimasu. Reciting this word is a common way to open a meal in Japan, and literally means "I humbly accept the gift of your life." It is based on Shinto tradition and the idea that for one organism to survive, another often has to die.