How can we protect our environment individually

Tips for everyday life

We can do many things in our everyday life to conserve resources and make life more sustainable. The daily Purchasing, the design of the Garden, planning the Vacation and much more - the WWF gives you tips on how to use sustainable consumption and Combine environmental protection with your everyday life can.

Tips on avoiding plastic

Tips on avoiding plastic

Our plastic consumption has a huge impact on the environment. This is how you save plastic.

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Avoid plastic in everyday life

Everyday life without plastic is almost impossible. Our tips will help you reduce.

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Avoid plastic on vacation

Avoiding plastic on vacation is difficult, but possible. Our tips will help.

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From the life of a plastic avoidant

Our author guides us through her everyday life with reduced plastic consumption.

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Celebrate garbage-free at festivals

At many festivals nothing works without single-use plastic. That is why it is said: Be active yourself!

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Tips for shopping

Shop wisely

We can influence the production of goods through our purchasing behavior.

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Buying guide: fish & seafood

Here you will find information about fish and seafood, as well as the download as PDF.

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Recommendations for buying meat

The WWF advises conscious purchasing of meat and meat that does not pollute the environment.

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Meat & sausage shopping guide

It shouldn't be more than 300 grams of meat per person per week.

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What does the code on the eggs mean?

Each egg is marked with an individual, EU-wide uniform code.

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What does the organic label stand for?

For orientation purposes, there is the organic seal for food from organic agriculture.

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The rules for better eaters

Here are the golden rules for chefs with high demands on enjoyment and climate protection.

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The taste of summer

Catch the taste of summer with delicious jams and save it.

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Sharing economy

We can own everything, but we cannot use everything at the same time. Sharing is the motto.

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Tips for household and health

Household and health

The industry should produce less carbon dioxide, but how is it at home?

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Water: a precious commodity

Water is a precious commodity. And it is getting scarcer. This is how you reduce consumption.

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Cooking baking

Every pot has its lid: with the right lid you save electricity while cooking.

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Less poison in everyday life

These ideas are designed to help you avoid problematic chemicals where possible.

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Avoid & Recycle

Avoiding garbage is a priority! Therefore, give preference to long-lasting products when shopping.

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Correct heating & ventilation

In private households, heating accounts for up to 75 percent of energy consumption.

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Insulate well

A household in an efficient new building uses a third less electricity.

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Environmentally friendly school bag

Small things protect nature. There is also environmentally friendly material for school.

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Winter time = cold season

Old home remedies naturally strengthen the body's defenses - so that you don't get caught in the first place.

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Donations instead of firecrackers

Blow 115 million euros in the air? We can really think of something better!

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Tips for saving energy

Initiate the energy transition

Would you like to save energy and money? Here you will find tips and ideas for saving energy.

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Save electricity

Participate and save. Saving energy is one of the easiest ways to improve the climate

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save water

Whether boiler or central heating: hot water costs energy. So use it sparingly

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Sustainably mobile

Every motorized means of transport consumes energy and generates emissions.

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Tips for the garden

Tips for the garden

Become a nature and climate protector in the garden. Valuable tips for near-natural gardening.

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Design close to nature

A garden designed to be close to nature makes the animals happy and is good for the environment.

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How to help insects

Will it soon all come to an end? We can all do something about the death of insects.

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Become a ground protector

This is how you can protect your floor, avoid garbage and help protect the climate.

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Fight the leaves

Technology that is by no means enthusiastic: leaf blowers. They whirl nature upside down.

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Compost: fuel for the garden

Compost closes the material cycle in the garden. It fertilizes, improves and loosens the soil.

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Tips for the vacation

Travel in an environmentally friendly way

Tips on how you can make the most beautiful weeks of the year environmentally friendly.

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25 WWF holiday tips

From the planning to the journey, the behavior on site to the choice of souvenirs.

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The WWF souvenir guide

Find out which souvenirs to buy and what to stay away from.

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Shark tourism

Responsible behavior when dealing with sharks and rays is important.

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Watch whales - but do it right

Whale watching inspires more and more people. We tell you what to look out for.

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Tourism and climate change

The tourist climate footprint shows when and where CO2 emissions occur during vacation.

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The tourist climate footprint

Vacationers can use the "Gold Standard" to offset their greenhouse gas emissions.

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Skiing - winter sports with consequences

Ski vacation means: bulldozers, uprooted trees and animals before they die from exhaustion.

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Tips for wood and paper products

Wood and paper

Forest is where you don't expect it. Everyone can help protect the forest.

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Label guide wood and paper

In our label guide, the wood and paper labels are marked with traffic light colors.

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Wood products: good choice

These labels for wood products keep their promises.

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Wood products: Not enough

Some of these labels do not meet the requirements that the WWF places on a label.

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Paper products: good choice

These labels for paper products keep their promises.

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Paper products: not enough

Some of these labels do not meet the requirements that the WWF places on a label.

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Paper products: definitely not

The WWF considers these labels to be inadequate and advises against using them as a guide.

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Seasonal tips: festivals and seasons in harmony with nature

Tips for a sustainable Easter

How you can enjoy Easter with bunnies, eggs and their loved ones without harming the environment ...

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Tips for a sustainable Valentine's Day

February 14th is Valentine's Day. A day that the floristry and confectionery industry ...

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Tips for winter: # Winter4Nature

Nature offers so much. Whether city park, forest area or the nearby lake. Want this ...

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How to celebrate New Year's Eve

Celebrating the New Year is thousands of years old in many parts of the world ...

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Tips for a sustainable Christmas

Celebrate a sustainable Christmas with these ecological ideas for ...

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