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8. Separate trash: From a young age it is good that we learn how to separate waste so that it can be recycled.

9. Use reused products: There are many products that can be used multiple times to protect nature. For example, use cloth napkins instead of paper napkins.

10. Turning off the lights: It seems obvious, but we don't realize how many times we turn on the light in a room we don't occupy. We have to get used to turning off the light and that when we leave the house we check that everything is off.

11. Consume organic fruits and vegetables: Organic products take care of the environment because no fertilizers or other polluting products are used in their production.

12. Avoid leaving appliances plugged in: Remember that devices that are turned off but still plugged in consume energy, so it is important to unplug them.

13. Close the faucets properly: When we do not use the water, we must turn off the faucet and check for leaks.

14. Getting around by public transport: Pollution in big cities comes largely from cars; you have to use public transport to get around to help take care of nature.

15. Take your own bags to the supermarket: More and more supermarkets sell plastic bags, to avoid their use and encourage recycling, take your own bags to the supermarket and you can use them several times.

16. Take advantage of natural light: To reduce the consumption of electric light, we must open the windows and raise the blinds so that sunlight enters the house.

17. Change home bulbs: Energy-efficient bulbs heat up less, consume less energy, light the same, and last longer.

18. Planting trees: Trees produce oxygen and are essential to nature, so we could plant a tree at home or in the community where we live.

19. In my opinion, small actions need to be taken to facilitate energy savings, recycling and the care of natural resources, as more and more people are losing their homes to climate change.

20. Be careful to think about each purchase if strictly necessary. Limit the use of ready-to-throw products to the maximum. Turn off all lights not in use in the house. Turn off the water tap when one is washing the dishes, in the part that does not require water use. Limit the use of over-wrapping or packaging products . Bring a bag of our own to the market, so as not to need a new one there. Close the water tap tightly after use. Use the devices to the fullest of their potential, in order to optimize the number of uses. Reduce the emission of polluting gases.

21. Coffee Toothbrush Water Food cans Magazines and brochures Can rings Hard bread Tea bags Toilet paper tubes

22. Metals Aluminum Glasses Batteries PaperCartonPlastic tetra pak Oils bulbs and lamps