We Must be Accountable

We’re all in this together

 

We must be accountable, that is all of us. You and I can do our level best to incorporate the good old fashioned organics and natural daily homeware products. It can’t be just left to companies to make the decisions for us to stop using plastics. and if we as a society don’t desist from buying plastics then the big companies will continue to manufacture them. Simple supply and demand.

Laws to Inhibit Plastics

 

Thankfully, many governments throughout the world are stepping in and making . Responsible businesses are also doing the same. So, it’s heartening to see the response to plastics in the news almost on a daily basis. It’s also so nice to see Bamboo dishes and cutlery being stocked in many stores.

Natural and organics are more beautiful too. And can be dressed up on a dining table with cloths and napkins made from Cotton, Hemp and Linen. In fact we have, and always have had these natural products forever. All we have to do is buy them instead of plastics. For me, they’re the only choice. Because they look so much nicer, even in the garden on a summer’s day.

Natural Organic Fabrics and Glass Kitchen Storage

 

Here’s a list of natural, organic fabrics, loyal and healthy for the planet and humankind.

  1. Cotton
  2. Linen
  3. Silk
  4. Wool
  5. Cashmere
  6. Hemp
  7. Jute for carpets and Bags

I know I’ve said this before but I’ll say it again. In my fridge I use only glass containers. Moreover, they are not any more expensive than plastic and they last a lifetime with due care. Everything keeps fresh for much longer. The fridge itself stays clean and fresh with hardly any food stains. Glass water bottles can also be found in my kitchen. Needless to say drinking glasses as well.

Metal and ceramic mixing bowls

 

Metal and wooden spoons for serving are also very acceptable. As are metal and ceramic mixing bowls. In short, nothing in my kitchen is plastic.

Hospitals are very aware of the dangers of plastics

 

Hospitals are very aware of the dangers of plastics, and are constantly nagged by concerned staff members who work with plastic on a daily basis. Some staff members want to see a slackening off of the purchase of plastic equipment and to use recyclable items instead. So, I feel quite optimistic that we are all doing something to change our habits in a good and safer way.