Bamboo: The Super-Grass

Bamboo: The Super-Grass

Bamboo's Long-Term Sustainability Facts

Now that you know why bamboo is such an environmentally friendly choice and why it is beneficial

for the environment, 

let's look at some quick facts about the plant’s sustainability. It is pesticide-free.


Bamboo is resistant to pests and illnesses because it is both easy to cultivate and highly robust. 

To keep these plants safe from damage, they may be cultivated without the use of pesticides. 

Because bamboo plants are easy to grow, 

they may be farmed without the use of artificial fertilisers, 

which can affect the soil and water supplies.


It helps conserve water. Bamboo does not require watering, which saves water. It seldom requires replanting and grows so quickly that it may be renewed and harvested in three to five years.It generates oxygen.

While sequestering (absorbing) carbon dioxide, a bamboo grove generates 30-35 per cent more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees. It's also carbon-neutral, which helps to mitigate the consequences of global warming.

Bamboo is essential for maintaining the oxygen and carbon dioxide equilibrium in the atmosphere.It...

Points to keep in mind before buying an eco-friendly product

Points to keep in mind before buying an eco-friendly product

Our choices play a significant part in our quest to being the citizens our world deserves. We have a responsibility to conserve and safeguard our environment, which means we should buy items with little environmental effect wherever feasible and support companies that prioritise sustainability. It comes with a lot of responsibilities. But if we don't do it, we won't have a world to take care of.


Because sustainability is a complicated problem, it is essential to grasp a few things about purchasing for environmentally friendly items. With this knowledge, we will be able to make the...

The Demon called PLASTIC!!

The Demon called PLASTIC!!

The Demon called PLASTIC

 Plastics are so widely used in our lives, whether in food toys, packaging, furniture, or electrical devices, that it's impossible to imagine our existence without them. It is one of the greatest wood alternatives, minimizing the need for tree chopping and benefiting the environment. On the other hand, plastic production, trash generation, and pollution are all on the rise due to the rising human population and persistent demand for plastic items.


 Plastic is affecting Human health:

Toxic and dangerous chemicals seep from plastic and...

Plastic - Not reused, recycled, or composted!

Plastic - Not reused, recycled, or composted!

What can't be reused, recycled, or composted shouldn't be manufactured in the first place. So it is high time for us to re-examine a lifestyle built on plastics. It is high time for us to create a way of life, based on organic, biodegradable, and eco-friendly products.

Plastic is a word that originally meant “pliable and easily shaped.” Prior to the invention of plastics, the industry was mostly reliant on paper made from wood and other natural resources. Even though the paper is light and easy to shape, it is not durable, does not last long, and consumes wood, all of which...