The concept of sustainable living has been in our country and culture since primitive era. Using steel containers for storage, riding bicycles to travel shorter distances and creating fertilizers organically are some common examples that we all have seen in almost all houses. A lifestyle that attempted to reduce an individual’s and society’s use of earth’s natural resources and personal resources was something that was an involuntary action in the past.
However, with the rising economic complexities; people got so occupied in creating a better living for themselves that in this journey, they somehow abandoned the concept of an ‘eco-friendly living’. Directing complete responsibility of preserving the environment was left to local and national bodies of the country. And till date we have been limiting this super critical survival obligation in the hands of the Government alone.
Of course, it is an undeniable reality that the weakest link for a sustainable development and eco-friendly living has resulted due to poor Implementation of policies and lack of enforcement by higher bodies. But if every citizen wakes up and starts practicing an eco-friendly sustainable lifestyle, we may be able to make a decent step ahead to save our future generation.
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