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    There is something symbolic about moving into a new year. Therefore, when thinking about your resolutions for 2022, we want you to reflect on how you can contribute to your future and the future of the planet. With this in mind, we provide a roadmap with sustainable milestones for each month of the year. The goal? To work on these ecofriendly resolutions until they become routine.

    Happy Holidays. In 2022, embrace the greenovation!

    SUSTAINABILITY ROADMAP

    1

    Go at your pace

    Make a smooth transition, with small steps. Don’t blame yourself whenever you fail this challenge. The smallest change can have a huge impact.

    2

    Small changes at home

    There are an infinite number of sustainable choices that we can consider in our daily lives. From choosing personal care products, to reusing bottles and packaging, or reducing travel by planning the day.

    3

    Veggie Monday

    If you don’t have a vegan or vegetarian diet yet, choose to introduce a vegan meal into your diet once a week. Chose Mondays to improve your health and the health of the planet.

    4

    Improvements at the office

    Favor digital, either to avoid paper printing or unnecessary presential meetings. Take recyclable bottles to the office to avoid plastic or paper cups.

    5

    Become a more aware consumer

    Make sure you’re making the right purchase and don’t buy on impulse. Whenever possible, go for slow fashion or second-hand items.

    6

    Choose local

    Make purchases from national and/or local producers. Not only will you be contributing to the local economy, but also reducing the ecological footprint of transport.

    7

    Don’t waste water

    Take short showers rather than a bath, fix any water leaks, keep the otherwise wasted water while waiting for it to heat up in order to use it for other purposes and choose low-flow and low-water appliance options.

    8

    Compost

    Choose recyclable or compostable materials and create your own compost pile. Making compost keeps these materials out of landfills, where they take up space and release methane.

    9

    Stop food wasting

    To avoid waste, whenever you have leftover food, use proper packaging to store it, or freeze it. There are numerous delicious recipes you can make with leftovers. Also, buy ugly fruit and vegetables and plan your meals.

    10

    Save energy

    By using less energy, you can help to reduce carbon emissions. In such manner, look to replace your incandescent light bulbs for LED light bulbs, use energy-efficient appliances and turn off standby mode.

    11

    Use eco-friendly products

    Whenever you’re shopping, check the labels. Choose cruelty-free products and the ones that are produced by companies committed to sustainable production.

    12

    Conscious gifting

    Consider giving eco, ethical, or sustainably made gifts to another person. You can also make something yourself by reusing materials. When receiving something, always save gift bags and boxes for future use.

    1

    Go at your pace

    Make a smooth transition, with small steps. Don’t blame yourself whenever you fail this challenge. The smallest change can have a huge impact.

    2

    Small changes at home

    There are an infinite number of sustainable choices that we can consider in our daily lives. From choosing personal care products, to reusing bottles and packaging, or reducing travel by planning the day.

    3

    Veggie Monday

    If you don’t have a vegan or vegetarian diet yet, choose to introduce a vegan meal into your diet once a week. Chose Mondays to improve your health and the health of the planet.

    4

    Improvements at the office

    Favor digital, either to avoid paper printing or unnecessary presential meetings. Take recyclable bottles to the office to avoid plastic or paper cups.

    5

    Become a more aware consumer

    Make sure you’re making the right purchase and don’t buy on impulse. Whenever possible, go for slow fashion or second-hand items.

    6

    Choose local

    Make purchases from national and/or local producers. Not only will you be contributing to the local economy, but also reducing the ecological footprint of transport.

    7

    Don’t waste water

    Take short showers rather than a bath, fix any water leaks, keep the otherwise wasted water while waiting for it to heat up in order to use it for other purposes and choose low-flow and low-water appliance options.

    8

    Compost

    Choose recyclable or compostable materials and create your own compost pile. Making compost keeps these materials out of landfills, where they take up space and release methane.

    9

    Stop food wasting

    To avoid waste, whenever you have leftover food, use proper packaging to store it, or freeze it. There are numerous delicious recipes you can make with leftovers. Also, buy ugly fruit and vegetables and plan your meals.

    10

    Save energy

    By using less energy, you can help to reduce carbon emissions. In such manner, look to replace your incandescent light bulbs for LED light bulbs, use energy-efficient appliances and turn off standby mode.

    11

    Use eco-friendly products

    Whenever you’re shopping, check the labels. Choose cruelty-free products and the ones that are produced by companies committed to sustainable production.

    12

    Conscious gifting

    Consider giving eco, ethical, or sustainably made gifts to another person. You can also make something yourself by reusing materials. When receiving something, always save gift bags and boxes for future use.