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Easy Eco Tips to Reduce Your Home Energy Carbon Footprint
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Home energy emissions make up nearly 33% of the average American's carbon footprint, which is why it's imperative that we mitigate our electricity and home energy use to both curb our CO2 emissions and save ourselves money. Below are facts on home energy...
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Lifestyle Eco Tips to Reduce Your Home Energy Carbon Footprint
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Home energy emissions make up nearly 33% of the average American's carbon footprint, which is why it's imperative that we mitigate our electricity and home energy use to both curb our CO2 emissions and save ourselves money. Below are facts on home energy...
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Eco Tips Reduce Travel Transportation Footprint
Eco Tips to Reduce Your Transportation and Travel Footprint
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We all know that travel is one of the main contributors to greenhouse gas (GHG) and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. But did you know that the transportation sector was the largest contributor to US GHG emissions in 2016, according to the EPA, accounting for...
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Eco Tips to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint from Food
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It's a well-known fact that our food rearing and consumption habits are a major contributor to climate change. According to many sources, livestock rearing and agriculture are responsible for 18% to 25% of global emissions. Like it or not, one of...
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Eco Tips Reduce Waste Footprint
Eco Tips to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint from Waste
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One of the most visible effects our modern lifestyle is having on the environment can be seen any time you walk outside. From your backyard, to mountain tops, to the Mariana Trench, we are quickly burying even the most remote...
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Eco Tips Reduce Shopping Carbon Footprint
Eco Tips to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint from Shopping
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Our entire modern lifestyle is based on consumption and instant gratification. From Amazon's launch of 1-day delivery to our holidays transitioning into little more than mass purchasing sprees, we all seem to want far more than we could ever need...
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