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10 Sustainable Products For Summer UseSummertime is the time for heat waves. This year, the average temperature has been at least 3-5 degrees Celsius higher than in March. The indications are that it will only get warmer in April and May. It is time for increased energy usage and, therefore, increased GHG emissions. While one can’t alter lifestyle drastically, many sustainable products can be used during the summer to mitigate the effects of climate change and make a smooth transition to sustainable living. Here are some of them :

  1. Reusable water bottles: Instead of buying single-use plastic bottles, invest in reusable water bottles made from sustainable materials such as glass or stainless steel.
  2. Bamboo or cotton towels: Use sustainable materials such as bamboo or organic cotton instead of disposable paper towels.
  3. Natural sunscreen: Look for a sunscreen that uses natural, plant-based ingredients instead of synthetic chemicals that can harm the environment.
  4. Eco-friendly swimwear: Choose swimwear made from recycled materials or organic cotton, which is better for the environment than synthetic materials.
  5. Solar-powered phone chargers: Use a solar-powered phone charger instead of one that requires electricity from the grid.
  6. Biodegradable picnic ware: If you plan a picnic, consider using biodegradable plates, cups, and utensils made from bamboo or corn starch.
  7. Sustainable fashion: Look for clothing made from sustainable materials such as organic cotton, linen, or hemp.
  8. Natural insect repellent: Use a natural insect repellent made from essential oils instead of synthetic chemicals that can harm the environment.
  9. Compostable food containers: If you’re taking food to-go, consider using compostable food containers made from materials such as cornstarch or sugarcane instead of disposable plastic.
  10. Walking instead of driving: Consider walking short distances to reduce your carbon footprint and help the environment.

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