Caring for the environment starts on a personal level. While it is a reasonable goal to want a high quality of life — the benefits of modern living should come without excessive impact on nature.
Sustainable, responsible and mindful living is increasingly becoming a priority in many people’s lives.
We know that global warming, climate change, and resource depletion are real issues, and their impact on human lives can be devastating.
Sustainable living, or the practice of reducing your consumption of natural resources and replacing what you use, is an opportunity to reduce your carbon footprint and environmental impact.
What is a Sustainable Lifestyle?
Progressive developments such as Paya Lebar Quarter by Lendlease in Singapore is leading the sustainability movement in the built environment. Resource conservation and sustainable practices have been carefully considered through the design of Paya Lebar Quarter.
Residents of the future Park Place Residences at PLQ will enjoy the benefits of living near their office, convenient access to public transportation, and a generously landscaped environment.
On a personal level, eliminate harmful chemicals in your home; not only to keep you and your loved ones healthy, but also to protect the Earth from the disposal of harmful, chemical-laden products.
A truly sustainable lifestyle takes into account everything, from eating and transportation to waste disposal and energy use, and so much more. It requires for us to develop sustainable habits to put into practice every day, not just when we think about it.
Creating a sustainable lifestyle takes a lifelong commitment to learning and experimenting. But once you commit fully to that end, you help yourself and the next generation.