If you or your loved one lived an environmentally friendly life, you may wish to also enhance the environment in your final life celebration. As the world gets greener there are many funeral solutions to ease the environmental impact of our departure from this earth.
Gold Coast and Brisbane have a very eco-friendly culture. When preparing a funeral Gold Coast and Brisbane residents are now continuing to help the environment with eco-friendly services.
There are Many Environment Solutions Available Through Artisan Funeral Directors Brisbane and Gold Coast
Eco-friendly caskets made from recycled paper, wicker, and bamboo are becoming widely used and are very popular with those wanting to help the environment. These coffins are completely biodegradable.If you would prefer to have a more traditional coffin, a casket from sustainable sourced wood can be chosen rather than standard mahogany.
You Can Choose Eco products That Will Benefit Others
A thoughtful and caring gesture is to plant some flowers or a tree at a park for everyone to enjoy in the person’s memory.
Guests could donate to an environmental charity of your choice, or have a nurturing pack sent to the bereaved. At such a highly emotional time caring gestures such as these will be appreciated by those in mourning.
Share Transport To and From the Funeral
Sharing transport to and from the funeral will help to reduce the environmental footprint.
It is a Meaningful Final Act
Having an eco-friendly funeral is a meaningful final act that will help to positively impact the lives of friends, family, strangers and future generations. It is a thoughtful gesture that expresses the person’s values and leaves a mark of respect even on their last day.
It is Different to Funerals of Previous Generations
An eco-funeral is different and people now do not always want to follow tradition. They wish a different service for themselves than they have seen with older generations.
Artisan Funerals Gold Coast can assist with choosing an eco-friendly service to help positively impact the planet, and the lives of present and future generations. If you or your loved one cared for the environment in life, you may wish to continue to care for it at your funeral.