1 Research innovative sustainable products in development and give them early support
2 Read aloud the ingredients in your "food"
3 Stop buying synthetic "food" that damages your health and is manufactured in damaging ways
4 Study nature more and pay less attention to the works and doings of humanity
5 Eat less beef
6 Eat less pork
7 Read and study sustainability and clean energy news sources
8 Share your knowledge of sustainable practices and products
9 Don't make overpopulation worse
10 Reduce your consumption in general
11 Learn to appreciate the intangible and all its value
12 Write to your representatives
13 Change your attitude about what constitutes "progress"
14 Question every claim and every norm of the currently prevailing system of destructive consumption
15 Never buy bottled water
16 Learn about natural cleaners
17 Buy natural cleaners
18 Talk with others about issues of sustainability
19 Accept that there is no "planet B"
20 Prefer glass bottles over plastic
21 Drink tap water or filtered tap water
22 Support local farmers' markets
23 Eat less sugar
24 Choose hobbies that help sustainability
25 Chew your food thoroughly
26 Refuse plastic straws
27 Make your own delicious soup from your own soup stock
28 Stop using synthetic cleaners
29 Use a stainless steel canteen for water on the go
30 Live with others and share resources
31 Grow herbs
32 Read aloud the ingredients in your personal care products
33 Learn about all-season gardening
34 Cook at home more
35 Become creative and flexible in your cooking
36 Promote healthy soil
37 If you prefer to use a power lawn mower, choose an electric model
38 Make good use of chicken and turkey carcasses by turning them into soup
39 Use a glass water filter with no-waste carbon filters
40 Grow some sprouts
41 Don't use wasteful K-cup coffee makers
42 Make your own nut milks
43 Make your own ricotta, sour cream and other cheeses
44 Get your tap water tested
45 Use simple non-harmful cleaners to clean your toilets