10 Ways to have an Eco Halloween

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10 Ways to have an Eco Halloween

Spookiness, freedom of expression, candy, and a lot of plastic have been a tradition for many years. It started out by being a celebration of the dead in different parts of the world. Through time, globalization, and capitalism turned it into a holiday for consumerism, children, college students, and witches. How can we participate in this spooky and fabulous holiday without forgetting our environmental values and the ongoing pandemic?

  1. Bake goods instead of giving out candy.

  2. Choose a costume you can make at home with things you already own.

  3. Experience a spooky session in nature, get surprised by the powers of the full blue moon.

  4. If last year’s costume was a hit, repeat it! Reuse, reduce, recycle!

  5. Ditch plastic decorations and use candles, pumpkins, and sheets as ghosts! Get creative with what you already have at home!

  6. Give out fruits instead of candy, lecture children on the impact of cutting down meat consumption.

  7. If you are having a diner, make sure to use glassware instead of disposable cups, cutlery, and plates.

  8. Use your costume to make an eco statement. Dress up as a climate supporter!

  9. Let’s avoid more covid cases and have a small dress-up party with your social bubble. Being a good environmentalist is also being a good human.

  10. Refrain from eating candy, it’s highly toxic, and it contains much plastic.

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