There's so much you can do in your every day life to help the fight.
Everyone can make a difference. Whether it is recycling or cutting showers short, everyone has the power to help put an end to global warming. So what are you waiting for? Here are some ways you can help our planet.
Use Compact Fluorescent Bulbs
Replace light bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs. By using three CFBs, you will save 300 pounds of carbon dioxide and $60 a year.
Fill the Dishwasher
You don’t have to run your dishwasher every time you eat. By filling it completely, you can save $40 and 100 lbs. of CO2 emission a year.
Tips on how to spread awareness if your cause through Tumblr.
We know what it feels like to have your passion bottled up inside with no way out (it sucks). But don’t stress because we gotcha covered. Share your passion with the world by starting a cause-y Tumblr.
Through care packages, fundraisers and celebrations, we would do absolutely anything for our troops. And don’t worry; we haven’t forgotten our fallen heroes. By visiting a veteran cemetery, we can truly show our appreciation and learn about the veterans who have given their lives for our country.
Make old people feel like they're living a 'Teenage Dream.'
Adding to your list of non-lame things to do at a nursing home, try filming a video lip-dub. They get seniors out of their daily oatmeal-sleep-more-oatmeal-more-sleep routine. Plus, they friggin hilarious.
A rain garden refers to a planted area that receives water runoff from urban areas like parking lots, walkways, driveways, etc. The water from the area goes into the ground and feeds the plants as opposed to flooding storm drains.
Start a rain garden to encourage water conservation and sustainability in your community space.
Buy ENERGY STAR appliances—they're certified to use less energy.
ENERGY STAR is the trusted, government-backed symbol for energy efficiency helping us all save money and protect the climate through energy-efficient products and practices. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency decides which products will earn the symbol.
When you shop for appliances, electronics, home office equipment, lighting, and more, look for the ENERGY STAR symbol to save energy and money.