Reduce: consume less, more efficiently. - Reuse: take advantage of second-hand markets, to give new life to items that you don't use anymore or find something that someone else has gotten rid of that you need. You'll be saving money and reducing your consumption. Bartering is also a practical solution. - Recycle: packaging, waste from electronics, etc. Did you know... Continue Reading →
A third of all food emissions in the United States come from red meat and dairy products, while chicken and vegetables have up to ten times smaller footprints per serving, so small diet switches can make a BIG difference. Source: University of California at Berkeley's Cool Climate Network.