Environmental Impact

Waste Management and Sustainability

It is our primary responsibility to preserve and optimally utilize our natural resources. Human impact on the planet should be positive, not negative.
1. Renewable energy such as solar, wind, hydroelectric, biomass
2. Agricultural practices such as crop rotation, crop cover, smart water usage
3. Forest management practices such as selective logging, maximum green cover A-forestation.
4. Waste management practices such as source reduction, landfills should be optimized.
5. Recycling of scrapped raw materials + Donation of extra unused items. Glass, paper, metal, plastic, textile, electronics are all materials that can be easily recycled.

Waste Management

We should ensure every possible step to reverse the negative effects of overpopulation, pollution, burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, Global warming, waste disposal, ocean acidification, loss of biodiversity, ozone layer depletion, acid rain, public health issues, climate change.

Sustainable practices should be adopted at both the industrial and domestic levels. Townships & City planning should incorporate sustainable waste disposal and energy consumption very wisely. Commercial and agricultural waste are equal contributors to the current situation.

Green cover in physical vicinity. Waste collection, segregation, appropriate disposal, donation, reuse, and recycling of relevant materials. Workshops and awareness about sustainable business practices in the uneducated working class. In short, we have created a channel of tricle down effect of knowledge, resources, and employment from large companies to small companies in the sustainability sector.