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Water Conservation

For example, if during tooth brushing close the faucet can save up to 30 liters of water per day per person, per day, and year a family of four can save up to 50 thousand liters of water. Saving water – an important matter. After all, even a dripping faucet uses 8,000 liters of water per year, and it's natural resources for which we pay a lot of money. Another tip environmentalists – to use everyday eco-bags for food shopping bags or rag, or if you are already accustomed to a plastic bag, you should use them several times. Environmentalists also recommended to minimize the use of plastic ware. Food and beverages in paper and glass Tarah everything else more or less dangerous than food in plastic. Environmentalists emphasize the need to conserve energy to reduce emissions greenhouse gases, carried out by power plants.

You need to replace incandescent bulbs with modern energy-saving bulbs, turning off unused equipment from the network, use light curtains and wallpaper, washable washing machine only when fully loaded, to use an electric crockery to the bottom, which is equal to or slightly greater than the diameter of the burner, often walking up the stairs and not use the elevator and much more. Expected environmental event in 2010 with the New Year by experts, environmentalists and journalists called environmental events that await us in 2010. First of all – a continuation of negotiations on a post-Kyoto protocol. Already in Earlier this year, diplomats from different countries will resume negotiations on a new climate agreement, and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to establish a commission to solve all the problems that have prevented countries at a conference in December 2009 in Denmark conclude a comprehensive agreement to combat climate change. In 2010, Russia will resume full-scale production plant up and running on a platform of Unit Baltic NPP. In addition, This year could be solved the fate of the grandiose project of building hydroelectric Evenki. Environmentalists say that construction of this enormous energy facility would flood large parts of Evenkia that, in turn, will have a devastating impact on indigenous peoples living there, the nature and the environment. In 2010, the program will continue to restore populations of leopard in the North Caucasus. Familiar with full version of the article and discuss it: ECOportal