Sort out your rubbish. Organic matter e.g. potato peelings, left over food, tea leaves etc. can be transferred straight to a compost heap in the garde and used as a good, natural fertilizers for the plants. Aluminums cans, glass bottles and newspapers etc. can be taken to bottle and can banks and wastepaper skips. Find out where they are by asking your local council or library.
Use recycled paper to help save trees . Everyone in Britain uses about 6 trees worth of paper every year. Chlorine bleach is usually used to make newspapers and this pollutes rivers. Its better to use unbleached, recycled paper whenever you can.
Take your old clothes to charity shops . Some are sold, others are returned to textile mills for recycling.
Try to avoid buying plastic . It's hard to recycle. One way to cut down on plastic is to refuse to use carrier bags offered by supermarkets and use strong, long lasting shopping bags instead, or re-use plastic bags over and over again, until they wear out.
Don't buy over-packed goods . Many things we buy have unnecessary amounts of plastic and paper around them.
How can we protect earth
Stop doing harm to the earth Do you want the earth to be like this. Do you want earth to be sick?? http://www.on.ec.gc.ca/pollution/ecnpd/images/earth-sick.jpg