What is sustainable living? How could someone achieve sustainable living? Do you personally think you could reach sustainable living?
Achieve a sustainable life by thinking about the things you buy, make sure they are environmental friendly; Drive less, "Green your home."
I don't think I could live that lifestyle because my family drives a lot and I would have to change to many things.
Fossil Fuels Vs. Renewable Energy
Glass: 1 million years
Disposable Diapers: 250-500 years
Wood: 200-300 years
Paper: 2-5 months
Plastic Grocery Bag: 500 years to forever
Styrofoam Cup: 500 years to forever
Aluminum Can: 80-100 years
Cotton T shirt: 1-5 months
Apple Core: 2 months
Yes, The glass surprised me that it takes 1 million years.
Great Pacific Garbage Patch
It is a hypoxic area. It is caused by human pollution. We can stop polluting and change the things we use.
Parasites: An organism that that lives on or in another organism.
Mimicry: Close external resemblance of an animal or plant.
Mutualism: Symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved.
Commensalism: Association between 2 organisms in which 1 benefits and other derives neither benefit or harm.
Humans effect it because of fossil fuels we use.
Affects on earth, Global warming and pollution.
They die or there habitat dies and they cant live there.
There would be little seals and other animals they would eat.
I don't think it would change for us but it would for people that live where they are.
There wouldn't be animals we might need.
They cause a loss of habitat, Kills trees, Alters nutrients in water.
People bring them most of the time. EX: People bring beavers to a different spot and they kill the trees there.
Wood for timber, Room for agriculture, Grazing land for animals, Road construction.
There would be some foods that we wouldn't get, There wouldn't be some products like rope, tires, and chocolate.
We need to keep up with food and water and all the everyday stuff.
They cause humans to get diseases, Cancers, They hurt young children.
It kills plants and weeds.