Do you think you know enough about the planet you live on? Or how aware are you of the natural effects of almost every activity, especially consumption habits? At this time, each of us is one step closer to returning to our own essence. When we say "return to essence," we can't think of a scenario where we don't discuss respect for nature. So take your place in this journey's first adventure, understand nature, then take a step together to cope with nature. How would you like to challenge our consciousness, our view of nature and start this adventure? When was the last magical moment you truly realized the wonders nature has to offer? It has been a long time since the rising sun, the song of a bird on the opposite branch, the leaves swaying in the wind, the movement of the clouds in the sky. Yes, what we mean is that all heads are conscious. This also applies to our relationship with nature. A new beginning is possible.
Together we can stop this trend and open a clean slate between ourselves and nature, but like any other change, this requires first to take a look at the current situation in all reality. Are you starting with disposable plastic? Unfortunately, single-use plastics such as shopping bags, plastic bottles, food packaging, and straws are still an integral part of our lives. So why are single-use plastics so harmful? Because disposable plastics do not melt naturally. In this way, think briefly, so the plastic bottles you can reach to meet your needs will continue to exist. It will remain in nature for precisely 450 years. When we say we stay natural, we're usually throwing away if they're not recycled, adding another household item to the mess. The soil does not absorb plastics due to their material properties, so they release highly toxic chemicals into the environment during long-term stays in the ground. In doing so, they disrupt both the ecosystem and the microorganisms that surround them and the balance between soil and water. Soil damage inevitably affects the quality of the food that reaches us.
Moreover, it is not only the soil affected by these toxic chemicals. Plastics also release significant amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Today, CO2 emissions are increasing every year, and this cycle continues.