Recycling your old clothes instead of throwing them away is something we can all do to become more eco-conscious, environmentally friendly consumers. Photo: Getty Images Recycling your old clothes instead of throwing them away is something we can all do to become more eco-conscious, environmentally friendly consumers. Photo: Getty Images
Recycling your old clothes instead of throwing them away is something we can all do to become more eco-conscious, environmentally friendly consumers. Photo: Getty Images

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What you can do to limit climate change: practical ways to adjust what you eat and wear, and how you exercise and travel

  • Bring your own shopping bag, your own cutlery to a fast-food restaurant and a container for leftovers. Order less takeaway food. Buy clothes you can wear longer
  • If you go to a hotel, pack toiletries and only use services you need. For cardio exercise go for a walk, jog or cycle rather than use a gym’s powered treadmill

Topic |   Climate change
Recycling your old clothes instead of throwing them away is something we can all do to become more eco-conscious, environmentally friendly consumers. Photo: Getty Images Recycling your old clothes instead of throwing them away is something we can all do to become more eco-conscious, environmentally friendly consumers. Photo: Getty Images
Recycling your old clothes instead of throwing them away is something we can all do to become more eco-conscious, environmentally friendly consumers. Photo: Getty Images
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