1. Teach people the value of reusing, recycling, and reducing their consumption.

2. Reusing materials reduces the need for collecting resources. Reusable devices can almost always be recycled.

3. In agriculture production, try to reduce the use of pesticides and herbicides.

4. The use of biodegradable materials should be minimised as much as possible. You can help reduce the amount of non-biodegradable materials in the environment by simply using a replaceable laundry bag to carry your groceries.

5. In order to reduce waste, avoid purchasing packaged goods, which are often thrown away in landfills.

6. Don’t leave trash on the ground and dispose of it properly.

7. Invest in biodegradable products.

8. It is important to eat and grow organic food that has not been treated with pesticides or insecticides.

9. Establish a disposal site that is not near a residence.

10. The earth’s crust is home to a wide variety of species. Changing the land’s balance also disrupts the ecosystem. Animals like Gilbert’s Potoroo in Melbourne have become extinct because of this.

`11. In order to prevent land contamination, both residents and businesses must avoid littering and properly dispose of garbage.

12. In order to reduce land contamination, education is essential. We need to show the negative effects of land pathogens and how to minimise them. We can all make a positive impact on the conserving of with us environment by persuading other people.

On the ground, we walk and we are able to live. It is the basis of our ecological system. So, it is in our greatest interest to maintain and develop it. Consequently