1. Zero Waste Movement – This movement aims to reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills by promoting sustainable living practices such as composting and recycling.
2. The Paris Agreement – The Paris Agreement is a global agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that was signed by 195 countries in 2015.
3. Electric Vehicles (EVs) – EVs are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to gasoline-powered cars, as they emit fewer greenhouse gases and are more energy-efficient.
4. Sustainable Agriculture – Sustainable agriculture practices aim to reduce the ecological footprint of farming by minimizing the use of pesticides and fertilizers, and promoting conservation of natural resources.
5. Renewable Energy – Renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydro-power are gaining popularity as a more sustainable alternative to fossil-fueled power.
6. Plastic-Free Movement – The movement for reducing plastic use and waste, which includes banning plastic bags, straws, and packaging.
7. Circular Economy – A circular economy is one in which waste is minimized, and resources are reused, recycled, or repurposed.
8. Microplastic Pollution – The significant negative impact of microplastics on the environment and ecosystems, which has become a significant environmental concern.
9. Green Buildings – Green buildings are designed to reduce energy consumption and decrease the carbon footprint of buildings.
10. Fairtrade Products – Fairtrade products are certified as being produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way, with fair wages and working conditions for farmers and workers.