29 December 2016

WWF - Do Our Part

for quite some time, i've been searching for my niche in this world
i want to do something good
something not related to my paid job, something not directly related to Ibadah as a Muslim 
(even though everything is ibadah)

and yesterday a guy approached me in the clinic..
i usually sweep away any reps coming during clinic hour as our time is so precious
but when he introduced himself as the WWF representative, 
i knew it there and then, i want this
i want to do this

i am yet to explore how i can get involved
but i signed up for he monthly donation.

but to begin with, how i live my life makes a difference.

In Your Home
  • Buy energy-efficient household appliances you can afford.
  • Recycle your paper, glass, plastics and other waste.
  • Save water: turn off the tap when brushing your teeth.
  • Turn off your televisions, computers and stereos when not in use. That little red standby light means they're still using power - and that means a contribution to global warming.
Out & About
  • Bring your own bags to the shops to carry home your groceries and shopping. 
  • Help reduce the world's rubbish - avoid "throw-away" products like paper plates and napkins, plastic knives, forks, and cups. Stop using Styrofoam products – bring your own container to food stalls and restaurants for takeaways.
  • Make sustainable seafood choices when ordering your dish, refer to the S.O.S Guide.
  • Report Wildlife Crimes to 019-356 4194
  • Choose wisely and help stop illegal wildlife trade!
    • *Do not buy products made from endangered species, such as "tortoiseshell jewellery" (Hawksbill turtle shell) or ivory. 
    • *Do not buy medicines which claim to contain parts of endangered species, such as pangolin scales, tiger bone or bear bile.
    • *Do not eat dishes that include parts of endangered species, such as sharks fin soup or turtle eggs

In the Garden

  • Collect rainwater to water your flowers.
  • Never pick plants or pick flowers from the wild.
  • Plant more trees.


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