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Self-Sustainability living for all

What is Self Sustainability? Self-sustainability refers to the ability of a system, organization, or individual to maintain and support itself without relying extensively on external resources or assistance. It involves the capacity to generate, utilize, and recycle resources in a manner that sustains ongoing functions and needs. How it can be implemented in our daily life? Implementing self-sustainability in daily life involves practices that reduce reliance on external resources and promote a more self-sufficient lifestyle. This can include: Grow Your Own Food: Cultivate a small garden for fresh produce. Reduce Energy Consumption: Use energy-efficient appliances, switch to renewable energy sources, and conserve energy at home. Water Conservation: Collect rainwater, fix leaks, and use water-saving devices. Waste Reduction: Practice recycling, composting, and minimizing single-use items. Learn Basic Skills: Acquire skills like cooking, sewing, or basic home repairs to reduce dependence

Carbon Foot Prints

Carbon footprint is defined as the total amount of greenhouse gases that are directly and indirectly supporting human activities which is expressed in terms of tons of carbon dioxide (CO2). Carbon credits Carbon credits are trade able permit schemes that are developed by the governments to greenhouse gases that are generated by the fossil fuel based power generating companies, Transportation system that run on fossil and many more dependable divisions. Carbon credits create a market and each credit represents one tonne of carbon dioxide either removed from the atmosphere or saved from emitting. These credits are certificates awarded to countries that are successful in reducing the carbon emission. Need of carbon credits Millions of years ago the planet with the nature has managed to regulate the concentration levels of the greenhouse gases through sources and sinks. Carbon is in the form of CO2 and methane which is available in rotten vegetables, volcanoes, burning of fossil fuels and