Social responsibility is an ethical thought or principle that an entity, be it an organization or individual, has a commitment to act to benefit society at large. This responsibility can be passive, by avoiding engaging in socially damaging acts, or active, by performing activities that directly advance social goals.
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Social Responsibility should be a habit
Be with us, let’s green this planet together. All of us have some social responsibility.
- Help poor: Unfortunately he has born in a poor family or may be on the road side but it was not by his mistake. He too has dreams. He too has hungry .
- Education is the only way to compete with the new generation. So study yourself and educate others
- Think before you cut. It’s just matter of 30 Minutes to cut it off, but it will take up to 30 Years to grow like this. If it is too necessary, please don’t forget to plant one beside that.
- Save energy: Use compact fluorescent light bulbs or LED bulbs to save money and energy.
- Use only the required amount of fertilizer and minimize pesticide use.
- Put leaves in a compost heap instead of burning them or throwing them away. Yard debris too large for your compost bin should be taken to a yard-debris recycler.
- Copy and print on both sides of paper.
- Reuse items like envelopes, folders and paper clips when possible. .
- Use e-mail instead of paper correspondence.
- Use a ceramic coffee mug instead of a disposable cup.
- Avoid slow-burning, smoldering fires. They produce the largest amount of pollution. Burn seasoned wood – it burns cleaner than green wood.
- Use solar power for home and water heating.
- Paint with brushes or rollers instead of using spray paints to minimize harmful emissions.
- Walk or ride your bicycle instead of driving, whenever possible.
- Check and fix any water leaks.
- Install water-saving devices on your faucets and toilets.
- Don't wash dishes with the water running continuously.
- Wash and dry only full loads of laundry and dishes.
- Re-vegetate or mulch disturbed soil as soon as possible.
- Avoid products with several layers of packaging when only one is sufficient. About 33 out of 100 what we throw away is packaging.
- Maintain and repair durable products instead of buying new ones.
- Reuse items like bags and containers when possible.
- Use cloth napkins instead of paper ones.
- Use reusable containers to store food instead of aluminum foil and cling wrap.
- Compost your vegetable scraps.