CONSERVE AT HOME
Imagine A Day Without Water
Save The Water
According to Save the Water, the average American uses 2,000 gallons of water every day, while the average family in Africa uses only 5 gallons of water each day. Taking these steps to conserve water can make a big difference.
How to Cut Packaging and Food Waste at Home
From production to distribution, food eats up a lot of natural resources before it even finds its way to your grocery cart. And once eaten, the leftover plastic wrappers, cardboard boxes and uneaten scraps find a more permanent home in the landfill, emitting greenhouse gasses as they slowly decompose. Here’s a few tips for eco-friendly eating.
How to Save Fuel
There’s no doubt that the emissions from traffic pollute the air. Switching up your driving habits can make a bigger environmental impact than you think. Not only will you spend less money on gas, but you will also significantly reduce your carbon footprint.
How to Use Less Paper
It's crammed into your mail box, piled on your desk and sometimes recycled. But more often than not, unread mail, old phonebooks and other paper products sit in landfills, while more and more forests are cut down each year to produce even more products. Here’s how you can limit your paper use.
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