Social Responsibility


Go Green, Live Green

As globalization makes the world become smaller, it becomes increasingly easy to see how the lives of people (and plants and animals and ecosystems) everywhere are closely synced up with one another. So toys made in China can affect the quality of life in Europe, pesticides used in Argentina can affect the health of people in the Pakistan, and greenhouse gas emissions from Australia can affect a diminishing rainforest in Brazil.

The truth is that everything single thing we do every day has an impact on the planet -- good or bad. The good news is that as an individual you have the power to control most of your choices and, therefore, the impact you create: from where you live to what you buy, eat, and use to light your home to where and how you vacation, to how you shop or vote, you can have global impact. For example, did you know that 25 percent of pharmaceuticals are derived from flora that comes from the rainforest? And that less than one percent of these tropical trees and plants have been tested by scientists? These numbers suggest that we all have a large (and growing) personal stake in the health and vitality of places far and near. In addition to protecting biodiversity (and inspiring medicine), rainforests are also excellent carbon sinks. Bottom line: It benefits everyone on the planet to help keep our wild spaces alive and growing.

But embracing a greener lifestyle isn't just about helping to preserve equatorial rain forests, it can also mean improving your health, padding your bank account, and, ultimately, improving your overall quality of life.

Making stuff consumes lots and lots of energy.

Every object you own -- your furniture, your clothing, your cold drinks cans, your stuff -- comes from somewhere; every object has an environmental impact. Nothing simply comes from "the store." To help mitigate the footprint of your material life, choose goods made from green (or greener) materials, such as sustainably harvested wood, organic cotton, or repurposed and recycled materials.
Your choices will help protect forests, habitat, clean water and biodiversity; ensure sustainable land-use practices; and reduce the amount of waste clogging up our landfills. Buying less stuff and second-hand stuff helps achieve this goal.

Clean, renewable power.

We use electricity to power our lights, computers, and televisions, but what happens before you flip the switch? Your electricity has to come from somewhere; more than half world's energy comes from coal-burning power plants, which also happen to be the world's largest source of air pollution. By Generating your own power through solar or wind, you contribute to collective capacity for generating more clean power.

Water is not a renewable resource.

Clean water is perhaps the planet's most precious resource, and, with the increasing effects of global climate change, for many regions across the globe, our ability to have enough high-quality H20 on hand is likely to change in the near future.
Being water conscious helps reduce strain on municipal treatment systems and ensures there's enough to go around. By shifting away from bottled water, we can reduce global greenhouse gas emissions (from shipping), the energy required to produce (petroleum byproduct) plastic, and the volume of waste trucked to our landfills (from empty bottles).

Peace on earth depends on our ability to secure our living environment

Green Oaks is contributing a lot to the environment by its Organic Agro Farming by making sure no other fertilizer gets used other than natural fertilizer hence ensuring good health of our valued customers and Mother Earth. We all must contribute to our living environment by keeping it simple and clean and Green Oaks is just going to that with your help.

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