To postpone the Earth Overshoot Day and join hands to reduce the pressure caused by each person to the Earth. Have you joined the action with us at If not, register now.

In addition to the solutions provided on the website, today CHANGE reveals to you many more sustainable ways that each of us can do at home right during this epidemic season.

We are always overload by heavy pressure from life, deadlines that can’t wait. So is the Earth. Our Earth is also “stretching” because humans are exploiting and using resources excessively. Let’s take action with CHANGE from today!


During the work from home season like this, surely the amount of electricity used by each household will increase significantly. In order not to “pass out” when looking at your electricity bill at the end of the month, as well as aiming to reduce the carbon footprint of your own ecological footprint by 50% and help reduce the burden on the Earth, you can live both green and healthy at the same time. Stay at home to be an “exemplary citizen” with simple ways like in this picture with CHANGE!


“Sales hunting” must have become a habit of some of you during the time of social distancing. However, “closing orders” with unnecessary products not only “pains” your wallet, but is also harmful to the environment. Do not buy wasteful consumer goods, choose more environmentally friendly solutions and products that will help Earth Overshoot Day come later. Try starting with new habits like this one with CHANGE!


Finally, “eating healthy and living green” is a habit that is not only good for our health and that of our families, but also for the health of the Earth. If the world halves meat consumption and leftovers, Earth Overshoot Day will arrive up to 30 days later (According to These anti-epidemic quarantine days will be a great time for you to “challenge” yourself to change from the smallest habits with CHANGE!

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