"There are many ways to save the environment, like saving energy, reducing rubbish" Is the ing Form correct in this case? Is it a gerund? Or is this Form calles differently ?
In a comment, BillJ wrote:
Your examples are fine. "Saving" and "reducing" are gerund-participle verbs heading the gerund-participial clauses "saving energy". and "reducing rubbish". "Energy" and "rubbish" are the direct objects of the clauses.