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Cut Down on Water Usage

We’ve all heard the advice “turn off the tap,” but the reason why isn’t always given. The shocking truth about household water consumption is this: Americans have the highest per capita water consumption in the world at 2,842 cubic meters per year, according to a report from Scientific American. Not only does the water we use cost money, it […]

Commute to Work… By Bike

Of course, it’s one thing to walk to the grocery store on the weekends, but an entirely different animal to walk to work every day. And that’s why a growing number of commuters have chosen to bike to work instead of walking or driving; it takes less time than walking, but is immeasurably cheaper than […]

Drive Less, Walk More

The financial benefits of driving less and walking more should be obvious. Ditching the car to hoof it more often means not only spending less on gas, but less wear and tear on your vehicle, more time between oil changes, and possibly less upkeep. Don’t want to walk? You can also carpool, a practice which […]

Adopt Meatless Mondays

So you love bacon – I get it. But did you know that meat consumption has a worse impact on the environment than almost any other human activity? According to recent studies, cruelty aside, American-born factory farming gets a lot of flack for its overuse of antibiotics and the pollution it causes to air and water in the […]

Choose Reusable Water Bottles

According to the Container Recycling Institute, more than 60 million plastic water bottles are thrown away not every year, but every single day. While some ultimately get recycled, others end up in landfills or as litter in waterways and public spaces. No matter how you look at it, this is a huge waste since a large percentage of bottled […]

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