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7 simple earth-friendly habits you can adopt today

It’s now easier than ever to be kinder to the environment

7 simple earth-friendly habits you can adopt today
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With just a little bit of effort, you can also do your part in taking care of the earth.

The key is to make small and sustainable changes in your daily life so these habits will become second nature.

These 7 simple steps can get you started on an eco-conscious lifestyle.

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1. Refuse straws
1. Refuse straws
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There’s a growing number of businesses adopting a 'no straws' initiative.

One such example is KFC in Singapore that recently announced that it will no longer give out straws or plastic caps at its 84 outlets around the country.

Only takeaway drinks will receive a plastic cap.

Starbucks is also set to eliminate plastic straws from all outlets by 2020.

Australian retailer Woolworths is set to ban the sale of plastic straws by the end of 2018.

Do your part by saying no to plastic straws the next time you buy a beverage.



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