If you’ve noticed rising prices, you’re not alone. The global pandemic and the conflict in Ukraine have messed up food and fuel production around the world, and many experts are predicting that inflation will be more noticeable in the future. The good news is that there are a lot of ways you can save money at home – and you’ll help to reduce waste and global warming as well.
Singapore’s Green Plan 2030 is a “national sustainability movement” that aims to turn us into a more eco-friendly country. It includes things like planting trees, making the public sector greener, adding more solar power banks on HDB blocks, expanding the rail and cycling networks and reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill.
This plan can also save you money. Why? It’s partly because the government will be dangling carrots to encourage us all to adopt greener habits. Plus, by adopting eco-friendly habits you can save even more money.
Here are very do-able ways you can save money and the environment at the same time, and still enjoy your life.