Use of public transport: Use Public Transportation to Reduce Air Pollution. Facts and figures don’t lie — our transportation needs produce 30% of all carbon dioxide gas emissions.
Buy Energy Efficient Vehicles: When purchasing a vehicle, consider fuel efficient and alternative fuel vehicles.
Consider “going green”: “Going Green” means practicing an environmentally friendly and ecologically responsible lifestyle as well as making decisions to help protect the environment and sustain natural resources.
Plant a Garden: Planting tree will help us get enough fresh air we need.
Turn Off Lights When not in Use: Don’t waste energy and money. Be very careful and responsible to turn off lights at home when you or your family members are not at home or the lights are not in use.
Avoid Plastic Bags: Because they are very hardly to decompose.
Make use of Solar Energy: Solar power can save a ton of energy for you and, on top of that, it could also end up saving you a lot of cash in the long run as well.
Always Use Recyclable Products: Buy recyclable products if you have access to them and the ability to choose them.
Quit Smoking: Smoking is very hazardous to health and the people around you.
Educate Your Companions: Let the people around you know about how they can contribute to clean air initiatives and educate them about all of the different ways.