Save Environment Essay 100 Words Every College

100 Words Every College Students Should Know

to cancel, destroy, revoke, or void
sharp, biting, or acid in temper, expression, or tone
bitter, harsh, or biting sharpness
quickness of perception or discernment (understanding)
to sketch, outline in a shadowy way
a tensely phrased statement of a truth or opinion; an adage
of doubtful authority or authenticity
the representation of abstract ideas or principles by characters, figures, or events in narrative, dramatic, or pictorial form
an excessive desire of gain; greediness
to divide into two parts or branches
characterized by or consisting of two parts or components
having two opposite or contradictory ideas
a core or nucleus of trained or otherwise qualified personnel around which an organization is formed
the use of trickery to deceive
to utter, or express with, a snorting, exultant laugh or chuckle
an amendment to an existing will
characterized by or having authority vested equally among colleagues
related by blood, descended from the same ancestor
a leader who tries to stir up people by appeals to emotion, prejudice, etc., in order to achieve power
the choice and use of words in speech or writing
conveying instruction; teaching some moral lesson
inclined to put off what ought to be done at once
not straightforward or candid; insincere or calculating
made up of or combining elements from varying sources
exempli gratia (for example)
Omission or suppression of parts of words or sentences with a mark or series of marks (... or *** for example)
to be deliberately ambiguous or unclear
characterized by extensive reading or knowledge; well instructed; learned
characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible
a mild or vague word or phrase replacing one considered harsh or offensively direct
"tongue-in-cheek-advice" characterized by wit and pleasantry
an accomplished and presumably irreversible deed or fact
patience; good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence
peaceful, undisturbed, and happy
one who attacks and seeks to overthrow traditional or popular ideas of institutions
without contents, empty; void of sense or intelligence; purposeless; pointless; useless
partially but not fully in existence or operation
avoiding labor and exertion; lazy
perception; understanding; knowledge
frivolity (not serious or sensible)
a stock of terms used in a particular profession, subject or style; a vocabulary
Limited liability companies
(LLC) combine the liability protection of a coorporation with the tax benefits and simplicity of a partnership
argument over the definition of words
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase literally denoting one kind of object or idea is used in place of another to suggest a likeness or analogy between them
lack of discernment or long-range perspective in thinking or planning
nota bene (Latin meaning note well); used to direct attention to something particularly important
to prevent by interception
a person of refined upbringing, manners and taste
characterized by a narrow, often ostentatious concern for book learning and formal rules
to depart from or evade the truth
a natural inclination; predisposition
displaying a lack of maturity
lacking in courage and resolution
to go back on a promise or commitment
the thing speaks for itself
noticeable; also, projecting; also, leaping
a minute amount; an iota or trace
a word or phrase by which anything is likened to something else; it's often introduced by "like" or "as"
a temporary stay; a brief period of residence
apparently right; superficiallly fair, just, or correct, but not so in reality; appearing well at first view; plausible
more than is wanted or is sufficient
logic: a form of deductive reasoning consisting of a major premise, a minor premise, and a conclusion
a relationship of mutual benefit or depencence
the study of the rules whereby words or other elements of sentence structure are combined to form grammatical sentences
needless repetition of the same sense in different words; redundancy
energy and enthusiasm in the expression of ideas
to make vicious and defamatory statements about
course, base, instinctive
to make faulty or imperfect

You know what it is to be green but, when you’re in college with a busy schedule, sometimes it seems like a lot of time and effort that you don’t have to devote to becoming Eco-friendly.

However, there are small changes you can implement into your daily life that take little to no time or effort and can actually save you a lot of money in the process.

Believe it or not, you can be kind to the planet and stuff your wallet – without much effort at all. Adopting a greener approach to life doesn’t have to be difficult.

Here are 15 easy ways you can live greener while you’re a student:

1. Take Notes Electronically

Thankfully, the world is now digitally focused and your studies can be, too. You’ll save money (and stop wasting paper) on purchasing notebooks and flashcards if you begin to electronically take down what you need to remember in class.

2. Adopt Reusable Bag Practices

Take reusable bags to the store with you to grocery shop instead of opting for paper or plastic. It’s wasteful and unnecessary – and several bags with every grocery trip can add up to a whole lot of garbage over a lifetime.

3. Nix Bottled Water

Reuse old water bottles or purchase water bottles that you can refill instead of tossing out a new bottle every time you need to quench your thirst.

According to The Water Project, it’s estimated that up to 80 percent of water bottles in the United States never get recycled. In addition, it takes three times the amount of water that’s in a water bottle to create the bottle in the first place!

The Water Project also notes that, “U.S. landfills are overflowing with 2 million tons of discarded water bottles alone.”

So getting a BPA-free water bottle shows the earth – and your wallet – love.

4. Recycle

By now, this should be a no-brainer. When you’re able, recycle. Whether it’s paper products, plastics or upcycling old items, it’s important to think about which trash can be saved from a landfill.

5. Power Down

When you’re not using appliances or you’re not in a room, turn off lights and other electronics. An easy way to implement this is by connecting your electronics to a surge protector and flipping the switch when you leave the room. Bonus: your electric bill will thank you!

6. Buy Less or Borrow

Only buy what you actually need. In a consumer culture, it’s easy to fall into overbuying habits. If you only purchase what’s necessary, you’ll not only be going green but saving green as well.

If you have the option, borrow items instead of buying them. There are plenty of items available for rent, like DVDs, which can reduce waste. In addition, you can download music and movies electronically instead of purchasing hard copies.

7. Walk or Bike More

In addition to helping you live a healthier lifestyle, trying to cut down on driving can help the environment and save you a lot of gas money as well.

8. Use Energy Efficient Light Bulbs

Try to switch your bulbs to energy-efficient compact fluorescent (CFLs) or LED bulbs. Though they may be a little more expensive, it’s worth it because they can last up to five times longer than regular light bulbs and are very bright so you won’t need to turn on as many lights.

9. Save Energy

Set your thermostats a few degrees lower or your air conditioner a few degrees higher. You probably won’t notice much of a difference, but the environment will!

10. Eat Sustainable Seafood

Stay away from harvested or farmed fish or seafood that’s not sustainable. In addition to being loaded with all kinds of unhealthy additives, the farming systems used are terrible for the environment. Choose sustainably-caught ocean fish as the other methods of capture can have disastrous impacts on ocean ecosystems.

On the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch site, you can learn more about the importance of sustainable seafood and find out where to get sustainable seafood in your area.

11. Decrease Meat Consumption

Raising livestock produces large amounts of greenhouse gases into the environment.

According to a United Nations report, “cattle-rearing generates more global warming greenhouse gases, as measured in CO2 equivalent, than transportation, and smarter production methods, including improved animal diets to reduce enteric fermentation and consequent methane emissions, are urgently needed.”

Additionally, “when emissions from land use and land use change are included, the livestock sector accounts for 9 per cent of CO2 deriving from human-related activities, but produces a much larger share of even more harmful greenhouse gases. It generates 65 per cent of human-related nitrous oxide, which has 296 times the Global Warming Potential (GWP) of CO2.”

Eating less meat – even omitting it from a meal one day a week – can positively influence change. When you do eat meat, look for labels that specify free range, organic and hormone and antibiotic free.

There are resources to help you find sustainable food locally so you know exactly where your food is coming from – especially since it can not only affect the environment, but your health as well.

12. Don’t Purchase Aerosol Sprays

With millions of beauty products out there, it’s easy to find products in pump sprays as an alternative. Try to look for items with environmentally responsible brand seals.

13. Think About Your Water Usage

Remember that old adage you’d repeat at the grade school drinking fountain, “save some for the fish?” You can do this in your daily life by turning off water while brushing your teeth, washing your face or shaving.

In addition, cutting down your shower time can save more water and make a bigger impact than you’d think.

It’s estimated that, using an average number of 2.5 gallons per minute from the typical shower head, reducing your shower length by 4 minutes per day would save (assuming you shower every day, ahem) 3,650 gallons per year.

Now that’s a lot of water saved for such a small sacrifice!

14. Support Better Brands

If you’re going to give brands you’re support through purchasing their products, read labels carefully. Look for beauty and cleaning products brands that are responsible in their production, looking for responsible brand seals.

Check out this site, where you can find a list of environmentally responsible brand seals.

While we’re on the topic of being responsible, why not look for items that aren’t tested on animals. It’s a cruel process and showing your support for companies that don’t use animals for testing can end it for good.

It’s easy to find cruelty-free brands. You just need to know which labels to look for and there are a lot more options than you might think.

It will make a small difference to you but a world of difference to the animals involved, not to mention, no longer supporting companies that condone such cruel practices. Because, if you support them, it’s kind of like you’re condoning it too, isn’t it?

15. Opt Out of Junk Mail

How much of the mail you’re receiving is mail you actually want? By opting out, you can save resources and save yourself the hassle!

You can get off most unsolicited mail lists simply by calling 1-888-5-OPTOUT (1-888-567-8688).

Also, elect to browse online instead of getting catalogs mailed to your home. In this digital age, you can see everything you need to without the massive waste of paper!

All of these tips are easy to implement and will actually save you money. It’s time you go green to save green – the planet and your wallet will thank you!



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