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7 ways to be Eco-Friendly

  7 ways to be Eco-Friendly   “The Greatest Threat to Our Planet Is the Belief That Someone Else Will Save It” -Robert Sawan Being Eco-friendly is like a true bonding with nature. As we know today's scenario of our environmental condition is so much worst. Now, it’s time to be aware of our environmental condition. There is one of the most important things is balancing between human and their environment. Balancing when existing between both of them then it is easy to maintain all the things that are existing surrounding us. Being Eco-friendly, being a protector of the environment. Here are some ways to become eco-friendly - 1. By Planting More Trees “To Plant Trees Is to Give Body and Life to One’s Dreams of a Better World”-Russell Page Plants play a role in our lives and our environments too. Plants are necessary for nature, biodiversity, and human beings. Growing plants improve the absorption of carbon dioxide in our environment, which is the solution to many proble

Wrapping Food items in newspapers cause health hazards

  Wrapping Food items in newspapers cause health hazards (May Shows Carcinogenic effects)                                 Photo by  Louis Hansel@Shotsoflouis @louishhansel  on Unsplash “Trying to determine what is going on in the world by reading newspapers is like trying to tell the time by watching the second hand of a clock”-Ben Hecht. N ewspaper paper that provides news. Publications usually issued in the newspaper provide information of public interest in the form of news. It is printed and distributed daily or weekly. In the newspaper, there are several columns related to subjects like science, sports, crime, fashions, etc. also provide information in the form of print paper. For printing, newspaper-specific ink is used. Different chemicals are used to print the newspaper. Ink black and color is used for printing. Researchers show older newspaper inks are known to be toxic and not to be safe due to petroleum-based ink being used with a high amount of Volatile Organic Compounds (V