Since Christmas comes and with it also comes a spiral around us making consumer very often buy products that do not need it, so do not use it. Moreover, often end up spending more money in our pockets that can support …
And under the influence of commercials, we risk falling into the trap of reducing the indiscriminate buying Christmas gifts. But the euphoria generated by passing bought or received a gift, fade and become void if there is anything else, if the event did not materialize acompanayat something to the Christmas spirit of love and solidarity.
Christmas, therefore, becomes a perfect opportunity to reflect on our consumption habits. In Hortus APRODISCAe also think we have to get our responsible consumption and we”ve taken some actions that can help us and that we share as follows:
- Being aware of our resources and not spend unnecessarily. Save, recycle and reuse can become allied action to carry it out.
- Think about what you really need and marking an estimate.
- If we can plan time to work on some gifts ourselves, details, ornaments, etc., which will give a more profound and affect our generosity.
- Make our shopping responsibly and following sustainability criteria, leaving us elluernar for large campaigns.
- Give priority to the products that have worked closer to home, which helps reduce the cost and environmental transport and contribute to the development of our country.
- Prioritize the purchase of products that respect the health of people and the environment.
Gandhi said: “If you want to change the world, canvia”t yourself.” And we can make our actions, together with those of other people, are designed to make the world a better, fairer, more caring, more sustainable. A good Christmas wish that today we share with this writing.