The Summer !!

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  • Drink a lot of water and keep yourself hydrated. If you wish, you can drink coconut water. Drinking coconut water is a healthy way to keep the body hydrated.
  • Use renewable energy. For ex- Use wind energy or solar energy.
  • Use LED bulbs as they use about 70–80% less energy than incandescent bulbs.
  • Use appliances that are energy efficient. These appliances reduce emissions. An easy way to identify energy-efficient appliances is to look for an energy star label on the product.
  • Pull out the plugs that are not in use.
  • Always try using a public bus, if not possible try car pulling with your friend while going to school, college or work.
  • Buy products that are bio-degradable and products that can be recycled.
  • Don’t buy excess products. For ex- Instead of buying four phones for a family who has two adults and a baby, it is better to buy only two.
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