Eco Friendly World

Welcome to Eco Friendly World. This site exists to build awareness about the importance of going green and being environmentally conscious. The movement is not just a fad, but a way of life that more and more people are realizing is crucial. To get you started, Eco Friendly World has designed pages with resources on recycling, sustainability, going green in your home, preserving endangered species and wildlife, the world’s biomes, eco-friendly gardening, Earth Day, earth friendly products, and eco-friendly crafts. Take a look around.

Perhaps you don't realize how impactful going green can be.

You may think that it affects your community, but the scope of influence is much broader than that. Chemicals travel via many means. The emission of greenhouse gases in Australia can hurt the rainforests in South America and the chemicals from pesticides used in South America can affect North America. The preservation of far-off biomes can start with you through the cars you drive, the products you buy and the way you dispose of unwanted items.

Even the smallest action can make a noticeable change.

Recycling a single aluminum can provides enough power to run a television for six hours. A ton of recycled paper saves 380 gallons of oil, 7000 gallons of water and can power the average US household for six months.

You may believe that because of toxicity in the air, the climate is forever altered and the ozone layer permanently damaged. This is a misconception. Reducing our emissions of greenhouse gases will slow and ultimately stop the negative effects and Mother Nature will be able to balance herself once more. Why is it important to have a sustainable environment? Among the many reasons that have probably already been drilled into your head, the pollution affects the air you breathe, the water you drink and the soil your food is grown in. Therefore, your body is at a greater risk for diseases, some of which are life-threatening. By contributing less pollution, you are helping to save your own life and the lives of others.