Try to buy local as it is healthier for the environment and better for local producers who often compete with large, multinational companies.
Every year, around one third of all food produced – equivalent to 1.3 billion tonnes – ends up rotting and/or in the trash due to poor transportation and harvesting practices. Reduce this reality by consciously buying and consuming your food.
Promote nature-based, sustainable products that you are proud of.
Consider purchasing clothing from brands that engage in responsible modes of production and support “slow fashion”.
Consume less! Sustainable consumption and production is about doing more and better with less. Overconsumption causes resources to be unsustainably extracted, mainly affecting vulnerable communities.