Easy steps that will help conserve natural resources through reduction are the use of renewable sources of energy, and the reusing and recycling of items. Take the amount of resources used into context and maintain a goal of converting and/or reusing items.
The best way to save natural resources is to reduce the use of non-renewable energy sources such as oil, coal and gas, which reduces air pollution. Instead, use energy from the wind and the sun to heat and light your home. These renewable sources of energy don’t cause pollution and won’t run out.
Reuse items before recycling or dumping them. Try to fix faulty items instead of dumping them and buying new ones. Reusing is an excellent way to prolong the life of items and conserve natural resources. Other good ideas for reusing stuff include: using cloth napkins and towels instead of paper napkins and towels, using a cloth bag instead of plastic or paper bags, writing on both sides of a paper, and drinking from reusable plastic cups or glass instead of throwaway plastic cups.
You can also turn old stuff into new stuff by recycling. For example, you can recycle items such as metal cans, soda cans, plastic bottles, plastic containers and paper goods and products.