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How to make a sustainable holiday, happy and merrier

The Food and Agriculture Organisation of United Nations (FAO) has laid up a 17 points plan on how all of us can make a sustainable holiday season as a way to protect the environment and still have a happy Christmas and a new year season. Among the 17 point plan FAO highlights how most of us waste food during the holiday season ,calling out all to desist from such behaviours by taking what is enough and embracing sharing the excess food. Further FAO insists on the right use of energy in the holiday season. Most are times during the holidays electricity is used to do decorations, music is never switched off, more energy wasted in cooking etc. FAO is now calling for all of us to reduce energy consumption by switching off electricity when not in use and use energy sources only when need be. Choosing to keep our cities, rivers , parks and oceans clean is paramount and FAO highlights on its importance. During the holiday season people dispose irresponsibly in parks,oceans and cities, which has a negative effects on the environment. You can choose to do better. This is a must read for all climate action enthusiasts. The question is ,are you having a sustainable holiday? If not ,check this out and adjust. Take this new traditions into the new year Read more - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1460009/

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  • George Kariuki

    15 w

    Love the 17-point plan for a sustainable holiday season! This is exactly what we need to celebrate responsibly and protect our planet.

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  • Elizabeth Gathigia

    16 w

    Good idea

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    • johnte ndeto

      16 w

      This is a very smart idea that holidays can be celebrated in conjunction with ideal climate activities

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      • Princess

        16 w

        Let's embrace these recommendations for a happier and eco-friendly holiday season! 🌍🎄

        5
      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

        16 w

        The FAO's focus on reducing waste, particularly in terms of excess food, aligns with broader efforts to address global food security and minimize the environmental impact of food production. Additionally, the call to manage energy consumption during the holidays reflects the need for sustainable practices in the face of increasing energy demands.

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        • Munene Mugambi

          16 w

          I look to see the plan implemented and making a positive change in our lives by putting food on our tables

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          • Rotich Kim

            16 w

            @munene_mugambi I support this we need both economical and environmental win

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