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The planet’s climate has constantly been changing over time, with significant fluctuations of global average temperatures. However, the current period of warming is happening faster than ever, and it’s become clear that humans are responsible for the majority of the last century's warming by releasing heat-trapping gases aka. greenhouse gases to power our modern lives. We are doing this through burning fossil fuels, agriculture and land-use and other activities that drive climate change. Greenhouse gas levels are at their highest point in the last 800,000 years. This rapid rise is problematic because it is changing our climate at a rate that living things cannot adapt to.
We must then support alternatives that address the mitigation of these issues when we choose our lifestyle, which includes the objects we bring indoors.
Overutilization of assets and the formation of plastics are causing a global waste transfer emergency. Developed nations are notorious for producing an excessive amount of waste or junk and dumping it into the seas, as are less developed nations.
These items consciously reduce waste through their process of manufacturing, or reuse materials for their creation.
Pollution of the air, water, and soil takes many years to recover from. Heavy metals, nitrates, and plastic are poisons that contribute to pollution.
These initiatives limit their product manufacturing to components that don’t cause harm the environment.