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Survival Guide: Eco-Friendly Tips
Don't want to go completely dark? Change one bulb to a CFL. If every household in America changed just one light bulb, we'd save enough powe…
Turn your lawn into an organic veggie garden. You could produce over 100 pounds of food per year. Support your local farmers by shopping at …
Shut off your water and use a rain barrel. Save some water by taking a shorter shower - the average American family of four uses 400 gallons…
Wash your clothes by hand, and hang to dry. Try washing your clothes with cold water - hot water heating accounts for about 90% of the avera…
Walk or ride instead of driving. Twenty-five percent of car trips in America are under a mile. Make these little trips by bike, or walk inst…
Give up your cell phone. Well, maybe just recycle it when you upgrade. If everyone recycled their cell phones, we would save enough energy t…
Stop buying new clothes. If the world lost energy, clothing production would come to a halt. Buy vintage to save energy and stand out.
Shut down your computer. Don't want to go completely dark? Set your computer to hibernate after 15 minutes, and save energy and money!
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