FOOD & WATER
ONE PLANET POLICIES
Don’t waste water - Turn off taps while brushing teeth, shaving, etc., and take short showers. Saving hot water can also save a lot of energy.
Drink tap water instead of bottled
Buy local bottled water from a local source and in recyclable glass or plastic bottles.
Follow a sustainable diet and LiveWell for LIFE.
Consume fish wisely: Use WWF’s Fish Guides to avoid endangered species and choose sustainably sourced fish. Choose seafood products certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) to ensure that the fish you eat comes from well-managed sources along the entire production chain.
Reduce your consumption of animal and dairy products: Did you know that most commercially produced beef, fish, chicken, egg and dairy products contains soy and that soy is causing deforestation in some of the world most valuable ecosystems? Find out how much hidden soy there is in your fridge.
Buy organic products to avoid the use of pesticides which harm the environment and your health.
Choose Fairtrade products - When buying products that are only grown overseas, like coffee or tea, choose Fairtrade products to ensure that the local farmers use sustainable agricultural practices and get a fair deal for their produce.
Discover local and seasonal food, which has not crossed the globe to reach you.
Choose sustainable palm oil: Palm oil is in many products from margarine to lipstick, but producing it irresponsibly can destroy forests, and the wildlife and communities depending on them. Choose companies and brands that use certified sustainable palm oil: http://palmoilscorecard.panda.org/.