High time for the World to opt for a eco-friendly Christmas
It is estimated, that around 120 million trees are being cut down every year on Christmas across the world, leading to large scale deforestation and CO2 release.
Every year, people across the globe belonging to Christian faith celebrate Christmas on 25th December. According to a popular perception, the popular notion is that 25th December is Jesus’ birthday. While I won’t delve deep into History, and the traditions and celebrations can vary, a common theme persists: christmas tree, candles and cakes.
Christmas is also about capturing moments and happiness with your loved ones so why not make the best out of it? Here is a list of things, which one can avoid and go for an inclusive and sustainable Christmas :
I hope one can keep these few simple things in mind to increase the pomp and joy in the celebration.
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