Log A Green Deed



  1. Plant a garden in your windowsill with either a seed kit or make your own from scratch!
    Posted in Earth by Brennan Novak
  2. Only use or purchase luggage made out of natural materials. If you need it waterproof- heavyweight canvas works as good as any gortex!
    Posted in Earth by Brennan Novak
  3. Purchase glass beverage bottles and find places that refill them with your favorite beverage. Kombucha, juice at the farmers market, etc...
    Posted in Earth by Brennan Novak
  4. Start a compost bucket in your backyard or apartment.
    Posted in Earth by Roz Savage
  5. Eat no food products produced more than 100 miles away!
    Posted in Earth by Roz Savage
  6. We have only been using cloth grocery bags for years.
    Posted in Earth by Mark Corley
  7. Pick up trash in your neighborhood. Make sure to separate recyclables.
  8. Make sure that everyone has access to and knowledge of the recycling bins in your office.
  9. Went to a wild party and made sure that there were containers to recycle cans and bottles as well as compostable waste.
  10. Donate a box of gently used items to Goodwill. Helps people and helps the planet.
  11. Donate a couple books of books to your local library.
  12. Get your name and address removed from junk mail lists. http://www.ecocycle.org/junkmail/index.cfm
  13. Ride Bike to Work
    Posted in Earth by Allison lee
  14. Be outrageous, it's the only place that isn't crowded.
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  15. Let's "Get To Work" and tell our leaders to "Get to work." Plan, organize and have a "10/10 Global Work Party" October 10, 2010
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  16. Kids: get an adult to work for you. Adults: find a kid with good ideas and help implement them.
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  17. 3 minute shower: cool down from hot to warm to tepid to cool to exhilarating: http://j.mp/ColdShower
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  18. If you eat beef, don't eat feedlot beef. If in doubt, don't eat steak or hamburger. JUST SAY NO.
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  19. Decide "now is the time" to commit to focusing on the climate crisis in your life's work.
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  20. Use a personal cup at your favorite coffe shop.
    Posted in Earth by Jim O'Malley
  21. Vegetarian for a day.
    Posted in Earth by Jim O'Malley
  22. Picked up trash while walking dog this morning.
    Posted in Earth by KT Smith
  23. Turn out the lights when you leave a room empty.
    Posted in Earth by Jen Reeve
  24. Drink from a reusable water bottle instead of buying the plastic kind
  25. Walk to work
    Posted in Earth by John Freeland
  26. No more paper coffee cups!
    Posted in Earth by John Freeland
  27. Turn the computer off when leaving the house for work.
    Posted in Earth by Dina Wilson
  28. Composted dinner scraps
    Posted in Earth by Jenny Angier
  29. Walked to the grocery store instead of driving, and brought re-usable bags.
    Posted in Earth by Jeanna Wheeler
  30. did homework by natural light only (no lights on!)
    Posted in Earth by Kelsey josund
  31. Print double sided to save paper
    Posted in Earth by Kelsey josund
  32. Use cloth bags when shopping instead of plastic.
    Posted in Earth by Ashley Middleton
  33. Switch to reusable grocery bags.
    Posted in Earth by Seattle
  34. Rode the train instead of driving 180 miles each way from my city to my weekend city getaway
    Posted in Earth by Rebecca Laszlo
  35. Use reusable lunch containers
    Posted in Earth by Emily
  36. bicycle to work
    Posted in Earth by David crocker
  37. Go Vegan
    Posted in Earth by Jaxon Brooks
  38. Greencycled invasive plants in traffic circle. Add natives Improve soil, air and visual interest.
    Posted in Earth by Hildie
  39. Biked to work instead of drove
    Posted in Earth by Sandy schubach
  40. Started Sustainability Council for my company. Will be internally and externally focused.
    Posted in Earth by Carolynn ferris
  41. I use only biodegradable bags to pick up after my dogs.
    Posted in Earth by Sandra Becka
  42. Educated myself about ethical and ecological wildcrafting choices. I can use medicinal plants without using those that are endangered/rare.
    Posted in Earth by Sandra Becka
  43. Walk home from school and recycle every chance I get.
    Posted in Earth by Noah chasco
  44. When offered a plastic cup with your drink on the airplane, decline. Just drink from the bottle or can.
    Posted in Earth by Bobby Borszich
  45. Created a video (draft-needs photos) about our need to change our lifestyle: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fB8nEcy_GvM
    Posted in Earth by Pamela Green
  46. Introduced re-usable cleaning cloths to janitor at work so that all those paper towels don't get used and tossed.
    Posted in Earth by BonnieBlithe
  47. Downloaded Granola for my home laptop.
    Posted in Earth by Jeff Stark
  48. Use BioBags for all trash and pet litter
    Posted in Earth by Sindy Davis
  49. Compost all of my fruit, veggies, coffee grinds, tea bags and other compostible materials in my yard and use the outcome for my garden.
    Posted in Earth by Lann
  50. had clean-up in forest
    Posted in Earth by Jem
  51. helped classmate re-use bottle instead of throghing it away
    Posted in Earth by Jem
  52. Used Re-usable spoon
    Posted in Earth by Jem
  53. using only reusable eco-friendly shopping bags and recycles plastic bottles and cartons
    Posted in Earth by Steve Arezina
  54. composted and recycled all the bottles, cans, plastic, and glass and compostables at work.
    Posted in Earth by Laurey Masterton
  55. bought seasonal food at the local farmer
    Posted in Earth by Cornelia
  56. Riding my bike to work the majority of the days since 1993.
    Posted in Earth by bill chayes
  57. Take refillable water containers (2-3 gallon) for road trips and fill your water bottles from them rather than using plastic bottles.
    Posted in Earth by Hobbes
  58. Use 100% recycled toilet paper, count the sheets everytime, dont jus pull a handful More info: http://www.nrdc.org/land/forests/gtissue.asp
    Posted in Earth by Hobbes
  59. Properly disposing of old appliances when they are found improperly discarded.
    Posted in Earth by Vic Phillipson
  60. Join a Community Supported Agriculture group or a Community Market, Obtain high quality food and support smaller, local farms.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  61. use body care products who won a prize for sustainability
    Posted in Earth by Cornelia Feller
  62. Own a low emissions and high gas mileage "Green Car" to save on fossil fuel consumption and prevent more air pollution!
    Posted in Earth by Angela Howe
  63. I refuse to use styrofoam.
    Posted in Earth by Venefica138
  64. picked up trash at a park.
    Posted in Earth by Amanda Knutson
  65. Made a smoothie while riding a bike in place
    Posted in Earth by ManateeLover
  66. recycle plastic, paper, glass, metal etc...only household wet waste in the garbage :)
    Posted in Earth by karren fredin
  67. Took the train for 650+km instead of flying.
    Posted in Earth by Charlie
  68. Walk when it's close (instead of driving)
    Posted in Earth by Kelley
  69. Shutting down the computer overnight and when it's not in use to save power.
    Posted in Earth by Kyle
  70. Walked to work and walked back home
    Posted in Earth by Gaurabh Mathure
  71. make your own soymilk at home to avoid tetrapak trash
    Posted in Earth by Timothy Ray
  72. visit your congressperson to ask for environmentally responsible legislation
    Posted in Earth by Timothy Ray
  73. made dinner with food from a community supported agriculture group.
    Posted in Earth by Timothy Ray
  74. only bought local vegetables at the market (nothing that was imported)
    Posted in Earth by Timothy Ray
  75. I reuse all my plastic grocery bags
    Posted in Earth by Kevin Laxton
  76. I turn all my office electronics off after leaving work.
    Posted in Earth by Jonathan Bruneau
  77. I bought reusable grocery bags made from recycled products. No more plastic grocery bags in land fills!
    Posted in Earth by Jeremy
  78. I used to meet my climbing buddy at the gym. Now we CARPOOL and use half as much gas. (I will be switching to bicycle transportation soon)
    Posted in Earth by Jeremy
  79. Learn about recycling properly with your community recycling program. If you cannot find information, urge them to create or provide it.
    Posted in Earth by Cody Burleson
  80. My daughter and I collected half a bag of garbage from the banks of the pond in front of our house.
    Posted in Earth by Cody Burleson
  81. I use cloth diapers for my baby
    Posted in Earth by Niki
  82. Stopped taking new plastic bags every time I go shopping. Use re-usable bags.
    Posted in Earth by Ivan Raszl
  83. I refuse to buy bottle water, helping the environment in many ways.
    Posted in Earth by H Balkhi
  84. I use rechargeable batteries.
    Posted in Earth by H Balkhi
  85. I wash my clothes in cold water.
    Posted in Earth by H Balkhi
  86. I make my own low-sudsing laundry soap at home. Saves trucking heavy liquids & manufacture of new plastic conainers!
    Posted in Earth by randi
  87. Yesterday, someone crumpled up a newspaper and threw it in my bicycle basket. I recycled it when I got home.
    Posted in Earth by beewaves
  88. Started a program to stop people from using paper coffee cups. Been cup free for a month!!!
    Posted in Earth by Alexandre Ederer
  89. Sponsored a reuse/e-cycle day at work --- we responsibly e-cycled 9 TONS of electronics.
    Posted in Earth by Mary Kay Petersen
  90. Wrote my state representatives to pass a bill to ban plastic shopping bags.
    Posted in Earth by Mary Kay Petersen
  91. Switch to a low-meat diet -- less meat means less farmland used for feed.
    Posted in Earth by Thomas Pinkerton
  92. Added an environmental message to my business e-mail signature as a reminder of our responsibility & my commitment 2 Earth.
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  93. Every week I E-mail my personal e-mail list a green link or green company contact info so to aid them become more environmentally active
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  94. Tweet an eco-tweet @least 1 a week with the hashtags #ecology #environment in order 2 reach more people(check the link bellow 4 my last one)
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  95. Started following @ecogeek over Twitter 4 hardcore eco-information that will enable me 2 make more eco-conscious decisions
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  96. I road my bike from Washington State to Oaxaca Mexico.
    Posted in Earth by Josh
  97. i walk and run barefoot (just did my first marathon!). this eliminates all kinds of gnarly stuff that shoes incur and is just plain fun!
    Posted in Earth by oliver
  98. Now we use kitchen garbage to fertilize plants in our little garden.
    Posted in Earth by Teo Hui Ming
  99. Write on the back of old printed paper sheets.
    Posted in Earth by Jonathan Wagener
  100. Used my reusable mug at Starbucks instead of a paper cup
    Posted in Earth by Carla Curle
  101. Take my bags to the supermarket each time, recycle all platic that I can, bags, containers etc.
    Posted in Earth by Angela Kontgen
  102. i will design my house furniture for recycled materials, salvaged wood and materials with low CO2 emmissions
    Posted in Earth by irini
  103. commute by bike everyday and put a manifest on the rear of your bike that says "think globally, bike locally" to spread the movement.
    Posted in Earth by antoine
  104. I take tags off clothing, old calenders, etc. and cut up to make cards, and new store tags....
    Posted in Earth by layne larsen
  105. Ask customers in my shop if they really "need" a bag for their purchase.
    Posted in Earth by layne larsen
  106. recycling all my magazines by taking to the homeless people to read and pass around again and again.
    Posted in Earth by layne larsen
  107. I sell reusuable recycled market bags from Kokua Hawaii Foundation....
    Posted in Earth by layne larsen
  108. I recycle paper mail and my daughter shreds it and uses it as bedding for her pet mice
    Posted in Earth by layne larsen
  109. Just bought an outdoor clothes rack to dry my clothes.
    Posted in Earth by Sybil
  110. I've been taking a plastic bag on my morning walk and pick up litter that I see.
    Posted in Earth by Sybil
  111. Anything that's plugged in still draws electricity. Unplug those energy suckers and shut down the computers at night.
    Posted in Earth by Sybil
  112. Change your incandescent bulbs to compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs). They use 75% less energy and last 10x longer.
    Posted in Earth by Sybil
  113. When making purchases, choose items that use minimal packaging or that are recyclable.
    Posted in Earth by Sybil
  114. Save a few trees- read the newspaper online.
    Posted in Earth by Ruthi
  115. I drink locally produced wine and beer.
    Posted in Earth by Ruthi
  116. Sent my mum plantable flowers for Mothers day.
    Posted in Earth by Ruthi
  117. Finals are over, and I just recycled all of my class notes.
    Posted in Earth by Ruthi
  118. I use leaf mulch to keep weeds down, prevent the use of herbicides, and help the ground maintain moisture so I don't have to water as often.
    Posted in Earth by Susan Roehm
  119. I reused my plasticware from the local lunch eatery all week. I wash it off briefly and save for the next day.
    Posted in Earth by Susan Roehm
  120. I've asked friends who drink wine to save the bottles for me. I use them as vases.
    Posted in Earth by Susan Roehm
  121. I began a recycling program in my small school program. All paper and plastic used to be thrown into a mixed dumpster.
    Posted in Earth by Susan Roehm
  122. Became a vegetarian.
    Posted in Earth by Matt
  123. Listened to Jeremy Jackson (TED talk) talk about our carbon footprint regarding oceans!
    Posted in Earth by Matt
  124. Never throw your trash away in the environment. Allways in a trashcan.
    Posted in Earth by Elmar
  125. rode a crowded bus instead of driving alone
    Posted in Earth by Sylvia Lorelli
  126. Pick up recyclable litter and recycle it!
    Posted in Earth by Stephanie
  127. Take reusable water bottle to work rather than buying plastic bottles or plastic cups.
    Posted in Earth by explenture
  128. Keeping the doors and windows open and using fans instead of running the A/C
    Posted in Earth by tambre
  129. Reused plastic bags from grocery stores for around the house, or brought them to appropriate recycling locations for proper disposal.
    Posted in Earth by tambre
  130. Setup a recycling box at your office so you can do your part, even if the building doesn't (bring it home, or dispose responsibly)
    Posted in Earth by tambre
  131. Planted basil, tomatoes and peppers in my garden today.
    Posted in Earth by Jim Lyndon
  132. Changed out an incandescent lightbulb for an LED
    Posted in Earth by Joel
  133. Bring your own containers to restaurants and bring leftovers home - no food waste, no plastic waste
    Posted in Earth by Amy Love
  134. Donate $$ to Rails-to-Trails Conservancy! They're a non-profit that's creating a nationwide network of bike trails from former rail lines.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  135. Make art/crafts with used items. Creative Re-use: used clothes, vintage books/paper, old wood, etc. Do a web search for upcycling ideas!
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  136. Use mistakes from the printer and copier as scratch paper. Cut into quarters and secure with a binder clip. Voila, eco-notepad!
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  137. Bring dishes & silverware (your old stuff or thrifted) to the office so co-workers can use them, moving away from one-use paper/plastic.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  138. Use cloth napkins. No need to wash them after every use. You
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  139. Wrap gifts with old maps, comics, calendars, magazines, wallpaper... Make it artistic; personalize it. Re-use + Creativity = everybody wins.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  140. Cancel all or most of the catalogs you get in the mail!
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  141. Buy and eat organic foods. It's better for your body and better for the soil.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  142. takin a blanket instead turning on the heat
    Posted in Earth by Xavilop
  143. I turned my thermostat up this morning (I live in Phoenix) instead of the A/C running all day.
    Posted in Earth by Amy Donohue
  144. I hung my clothes out to dry in the sun instead of the dryer ! yay !!
    Posted in Earth by Shobha
  145. Putting an old computer to use rather than sending it to the dump.
    Posted in Earth by Mike Grace
  146. Recycle unused phone book instead of throwing it away.
    Posted in Earth by Mike Grace
  147. Ride a motorcycle
    Posted in Earth by Mike Grace
  148. We just started our Organic kitchen garden today! More work than I thought !
    Posted in Earth by Laurens
  149. Today i recycle
    Posted in Earth by Alfa
  150. today at school i recycled all the papers i didnt need or use
    Posted in Earth by Alfa
  151. recycled some school papers
    Posted in Earth by Alfa
  152. went through the garbage and recycled recylable stuff.
    Posted in Earth by Lauren
  153. started collecting Nespresso capsules at work and taking them for recycling to Nespresso shop
    Posted in Earth by Tamara
  154. Used fallen leaves for mulch in my garden.
    Posted in Earth by Michelle Bende
  155. Added an on/off switch to my Electric socket
    Posted in Earth by Arturo Goicochea
  156. As I was walking from one place to another, I noticed many bottles, I picked up as many plastic bottles as I could carry and recycled them.
    Posted in Earth by Tony
  157. Today I packed a litterless lunch to help maintain my schools garbage and the whole worlds garbage facility
    Posted in Earth by bella
  158. COMMITTED TO NOT USING ANYMORE PLASTIC BAGS FOR SHOPPING. INSTEAD KEEP PERMANENT SHOPPING BAGS MADE FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL AND USE THEM.
    Posted in Earth by Bill Burgess
  159. Installed 3.6kW solar panel array last year
    Posted in Earth by Guy Marsden
  160. Ate vegetarian today
    Posted in Earth by Michael
  161. Stopped buying bottled drinks for 1 week. Saved $25 and 17 plastic bottles. Donated the savings to Roz's row across the Pacific.
    Posted in Earth by Jamie
  162. Going on 2 months of meat-free Mondays.
    Posted in Earth by Rhona
  163. Promoted the use of recycling trash cans at work or school.
    Posted in Earth by Nadina Cardillo
  164. I carpooled and made my students carpool to our site visit
    Posted in Earth by Wilma
  165. Instead of putting the heater on (it was 17 degrees inside) I added more layers of clothing.
    Posted in Earth by Wilma
  166. Had the heater on just to get the chill out of the room and rugged up afterwards in front of the TV
    Posted in Earth by Wilma
  167. Cycled to Central Institute of Technology for my relief class - 22km return trip
    Posted in Earth by Wilma
  168. Fertilized the veggies using municipal compost
    Posted in Earth by Joe L
  169. Recycle E waste
    Posted in Earth by Joe L
  170. Tended to my Community Garden plot, growing my own veggies
    Posted in Earth by Claire H
  171. Recycled batteries and take them to a recycling depot
    Posted in Earth by Claire H
  172. Weed by hand instead of pesticide
    Posted in Earth by Claire H
  173. Make electronic copies instead of paper ones
    Posted in Earth by Claire H
  174. Check tire pressure
    Posted in Earth by Claire H
  175. Used reusable glass and tableware at lunch.
    Posted in Earth by Alex Morin
  176. Not watch tv for four days
    Posted in Earth by Emma
  177. use re-ciyced tolit paper
    Posted in Earth by Emma
  178. nateve austraila plants in my garden
    Posted in Earth by Chloe
  179. Raked pine needles to share with friends for composting or to spread on their plant beds for nutrients
    Posted in Earth by Natasha Casteel
  180. No longer Drive a car . I walk , ride my bike,or catch a ride with someone else
    Posted in Earth by Care
  181. Educate the world the scientific reason of why to recycle and the impacts of not recycling rather simply preaching GO GREEN
    Posted in Earth by Krishna
  182. While hiking in the forest take along a trash bag and pick up trash that you find. There is far too much of it.
  183. Lead a group of over 100 volunteers during a day of community activism.
  184. When you see people doing good work for the environment thank them for their efforts.
  185. Think before you print.
  186. Don't buy CDs. Download your music off the internet.
  187. Drink organic locally brewed beer.
  188. Take a vacation with friends rather than alone in order to cut down on your individual impact.
  189. Pack your own lunch rather than eating out.
  190. Dispose of old paint cans and other toxics properly at local haxardous waste sites.
  191. Publish meeting materials electronicaly rather than printing and mailing numerous copies.
  192. Pack it in, pack it out.
  193. Conduct a training and recruiting meeting for 1Sky.org or 350.org to promote climate activism.
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  194. Create a compelling cool catchy comment 2 catapult community collaboration & communication
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  195. FOR BIG IMPACT "Do the http://j.mp/HardestThing first before you change your mind" @frankejames
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  196. Talk to small business owners and realtors about the benefits of energy efficient green building
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  197. Put http://j.mp/ab80d2 ice melt chart on your laptop/PC desktop. Explain to friends the bottom right falling off a cliff means "URGENCY"
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  198. When I buy or order seafood I check http://j.mp/Seafood_Watch or http://j.mp/Seafood_iPhoneApp
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  199. http://j.mp/SavorNature then plan your day 2 save the world. Tweet what your heart & gut savor
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  200. Read "Eaarth" and understand what the internet, neighbors, gardens and hunkering have in common
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  201. Read "Storms of My Grandchildren" - Hansen explains the urgency to save humanity. This is it!
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  202. Plan & do a "Hands Across the Sands" event: NO to Offshore Oil Drilling, YES to Clean Energy.
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  203. Take care of pets because they are a connection to the natural world and we need to reconnect!
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  204. Why rescue pill, stick and stink bugs etc from the street, gutter or porch? http://j.mp/ingBugs
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  205. Learn what can be learned from the http://www.BONOBO.org/ about living sustainably. More cool photos at http://j.mp/NatGeoPix
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  206. Am I selfless or selfish: Check out http://j.mp/GlobalMindShift and http://j.mp/GlobeComm
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  207. VISIT http://j.mp/NRDC_Action Center, CHECK out the causes, then PICK one and DO IT.
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  208. Create a new deed promoting PLANET EARTH TRUST http://www.treeshaverightstoo.com/
    Posted in Earth by Doug Grandt
  209. Research and sign up for information about attempts to clean up Gulf Coast oil spill.
    Posted in Earth by Kelsey josund
  210. Unplugged appliances not in use around home (toaster, blender, coffee, etc)
    Posted in Earth by Stephanie Cooper
  211. switched from disposable plastic razors to classic safety razor and natural shave soap.
    Posted in Earth by david
  212. Signed petition to reduce CAFO style farming ("factory farming") in Ohio. see: www.ohiohumane.com
    Posted in Earth by david
  213. i read "How to Save the Planet 50 Ways to Save the Planet"
    Posted in Earth by Kara
  214. Pick up your school/office's recycling
    Posted in Earth by Kara
  215. Grow your own sprouts! They are healthy and you really can't get much more local with your produce.
    Posted in Earth by megan
  216. Clean garage/basement. Recycle bottles, cans, plastic, paper etc. Donate what you can & take unused toxics to a proper disposal facility.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  217. Read "Food's Frontier" a ten year old book by Richard Manning that explains how "traditional" farming methods fit in a modern world.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  218. Heros in the NW log in and read DowntoEarthNW.com for the latest news and comment on what you can do for mother Earth in the NW U.S..
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  219. Learn about the "cradle to cradle" concept (www.mcdonough.com) and use the principle as much as possible in planning future purchases.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  220. If you buy cotton, buy organic. Look here to see why: www.ota.com/organic/environment/cotton_environment.html
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  221. Tell BP: Stop burning endangered sea turtles alive. Take action: http://bit.ly/aFrbdv @CREDOmobile pls RT
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  222. Google The Limits to Growth. Read about the premise and criticism of this book. Let's pledge to stop the denial from winning again.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  223. Visit ecogeek.org and find out about the ways technology is helping better our planet. Sign up to receive their e-newsletter.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  224. If you have a rodent problem in your house, use traps rather than poison baits to eliminate them. Poisons can harm pets and other animals.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  225. Check the site: uvm.edu/~gflomenh/ENV-NGO-PA395/articles/Lynn-White.pdf. Think about how these ideas apply to your own behaviors
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  226. It's summer. For those outdoor projects using wood, avoid wood treated with Arsenic. Use sustainably grown cedar or recycled plastic "wood."
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  227. When doing jobs that require digging or moving soil, even if you are in the city, be sure to install controls that prevent sediment runoff.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  228. Make today the day you decide to buy no new "stuff." Then go on to do it again one day next week, and the next. Got the idea?
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  229. Learn about "wild foods" that were used by NA natives. Learn how to use, plant some in your yard so you can incorporate them into your diet.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  230. Use the quiz at www.myfootprint.org to see how heavily you tread on the planet. I think this is easier to understand than the C footprint.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  231. Vote for Roz as peoples choice winner in the Nat Geo Adventurer of the Year. Just enter http//j.mp/Vote4RozNatGeo
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  232. made my own jam with locally grown fruit
    Posted in Earth by Cornelia Feller
  233. bought milk and juice in glas bottles instead of tetrapack
    Posted in Earth by Cornelia Feller
  234. picked basketsful of strawberries with the kids today
    Posted in Earth by Cornelia Feller
  235. collected plastic waste after my son's school party and recycled it
    Posted in Earth by Cornelia Feller
  236. I bring a reusable lunch box when I go somewhere.
    Posted in Earth by Genevieve
  237. I used reusable batteries instead of having to through away all my old ones when I am done with them.
    Posted in Earth by Genevieve
  238. Took the bus to dance and back home plus walking
    Posted in Earth by ManateeLover
  239. Take my own beverage when I go out vs. stopping for something in a paper or styrofoam cup.
    Posted in Earth by Kelley
  240. Exchange well kept unwanted/unfitting clothing items with friends, it saves money & resources, it's FUN + makes everyone HAPPY!
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  241. Watched & FW http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fB8nEcy_GvM posted here by our Eco-Hero friend Pamela Green. Pls watch & FW :-)
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  242. RT> @GulfOilSpillAct No more Drilling. Period. Sign the petition 2 Congress @Greenpeace http://bit.ly/ao6i1y & signed (of course!)
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  243. In winter, I sleep with thermal clothes & blankets. In summer, only with a tee in order to reduce CO2 emissions & electricity usage.
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  244. Volunteering my online media experience at FreePalmahim, a local eco-initiative aiming to save Israeli shores from residential developers.
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  245. Ate at a fastfood place & asked them to cut down on 50% of the paper used to wrap the food.
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  246. Used a single bag 4 four cleanings of my cat's litter box instead of a single use
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  247. Use an online Fax service 4 digital faxing straight 2 my e-mail Inbox instead of hard copy faxes( http://bit.ly/biqp3l Site's in HE, sorry!)
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  248. Do 85% of my laundry by hand with an eco-wash ball. No electricity, diminished water usage + water 4 garden & no polluting soap into oceans
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  249. Spreading the word about GE Plug Into The Smart Grid's site http://bit.ly/F217
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  250. A year ago I decided 2 stop doing design work 4 printed media as a way to remain truer 2 my personal paper usage reduction Eco-principels.
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  251. Eat EnviroKidz cereals:they're organic, donate $$$ to Species & Habitat Conservation/Education programs + reduced their package size by 10%
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  252. Plant a "Freedom from Oil Flag" 2 tell President Obama we want 2 b off oil 20 years from now http://action.sierraclub.org/freedomfromoil
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  253. Use a Crystal Rock Deodorant: 100% pure, Paraben + Aluminum + Triclosan FREE, uses minimum packaging, does not pollute and lasts forever.
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  254. Buy a water cooler/filter 4 your home that can boil and cool water. U won't need a kettle, ice or plastic bottles anymore -@ least 4 water.
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  255. Spent the whole afternoon with my daughter in the garden planting herbs & playing with the dirt. Reconnect with nature :-)
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  256. Share this links: the world's most sustainable building http://bit.ly/9QZqJC and the cost of spam in carbon emissions: http://bit.ly/9Uv0CD
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  257. OilSpill impact vs our every day impact> http://ow.ly/2cxBq Sharing the article 2 increase people's awareness about acts we give for granted
    Posted in Earth by zofiamachnowski
  258. My students must sort reuseable handouts from completed worksheets. Hundreds of sheets of paper saved!
    Posted in Earth by Susan Roehm
  259. Compost your food scraps
    Posted in Earth by Amy Love
  260. Gave my brother a no-occasion gift: a soy candle I made, in an upcycled glass container. Wrapped in tissue paper & a gift bag, both re-used!
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  261. Buy fewer clothes. Buy used clothes. Pass along your unwanted clothes to a thrift shop or a friend.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  262. Be a "curbside shopper." You can find some great free stuff AND save it from the landfill! Freecycle & craigslist are also re-use hot spots.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  263. Instead of tossing magazines straight into the recycling, drop them at a cafe', hospital, etc. so they get *more use* before being recycled.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  264. Instead of buying new things & tossing the old & frayed, I mend my clothes & linens. (I even mend my cat's toys. Yup. He's pretty brutal.)
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  265. I bought used stuff at my local thrift shop today for art- and gift-making. Reducing & Re-using! I love making use of others' cast-offs. <3
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  266. If a server gives you too many paper napkins, take them with you for later use. Don't let them go in the trash 'til they're all used up!
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  267. Support local artisans who make gorgeous furniture & art from others' discarded materials.
    Posted in Earth by Willow
  268. reuse paper and other things to ,ake stuff out of them like artwork
    Posted in Earth by Alfa
  269. Use a reusable cup and spoon for drinks
    Posted in Earth by Joe L
  270. Energy audit house
    Posted in Earth by Joe L
  271. Used torn leaf bags for a layer before putting mulch down
    Posted in Earth by Claire H
  272. QWERTYUIOPLKJHGFDSAZXCVBNM
    Posted in Earth by Emma
  273. Bought a soda stream instead of canned sodas. No more cans!
    Posted in Earth by Meghan Ackley
  274. become a Eco hero
    Posted in Earth by Anna
  275. add green deeds to inspire other people to do & make green deeds
    Posted in Earth by Anna
  276. cycle to school
    Posted in Earth by Anna
  277. participate in clean up Australia day
    Posted in Earth by Anna
  278. I recycle paper and plastic at Whitesville Elementary
    Posted in Earth by Kane Logsdon
  279. While walking though the woods today, picked up trash from the people who don't care
  280. Reusing a glass jar as a collection container for food scraps to be fed to my worms (vermicomposting).
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  281. Reused a plastic bottle.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  282. Use reusable cloth wipes instead of toilet paper. Here's some good inspiration: http://walkslowlylivewildly.com/category/cloth-toilet-paper/
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  283. Advised my significant other that unless it was something I had specifically expressed interest in, I don't want to receive STUFF as a gift.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  284. I use dry bleach instead of liquid after reading that it is less toxic.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  285. I used social media to spread word about the earth911.com site.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  286. Used homemade laundry detergent. The ingredients are gentler on the environment and it reduces plastic consumption.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  287. Instead of using disposable dryer sheets, use a reusable & ultimately recyclable wad of tin foil in the dryer to eliminate static cling.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  288. Tweeted a Fake Plastic Fish/Beth Terry video to help inspire others to reduce their plastic consumption. http://youtu.be/Myr_KHDs_3g
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  289. Use paper-based dryer sheets as they can be recycled or composted in contrast to their polyester-based counterparts.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  290. Use biodegradable laundry detergent.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  291. I use steam instead of chemicals to clean my floors.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  292. Use a high efficiency washing machine.
    Posted in Earth by robbiekay
  293. Organised as gardening bee to plant our own food.
    Posted in Earth by Jason Hall
  294. Spoke to municipal politicians about the importance of making policies to cut GHG emissions and suggesting alternatives.
    Posted in Earth by Louis Bertrand
  295. i am using the backside of info-sheets and other unwanted post i get to print out my accounting
    Posted in Earth by Michael Kriess
  296. Planted an organic garden only using man power, no machines.
    Posted in Earth by Nikki
  297. made my own yogurt (it's really easy!) so as not to use those yogurt containers that Roz sees bobbing along on the ocean.
    Posted in Earth by susan bartlett
  298. When you sweep throw the dirt back outside instead of in the trash.
    Posted in Earth by Cat
  299. Join zipcar
    Posted in Earth by Cat
  300. Exercise outside instead of going to the gym.
    Posted in Earth by Cat
  301. I do not buy pictures, I just look at them and remember how it looked and then I draw them at home!
    Posted in Earth by Niclas
  302. Drive less.
    Posted in Earth by Megan
  303. My mom is 79 years young and I gave her a recycling container which I go get her recycled stuff every week and have it recycled.
    Posted in Earth by Tommy Thomas
  304. wife class did WWF lights out recycle unit w/recy truck planted trees on earth day saw movie Ocean smartboard on GULF SPILL for OCEAN DAY
    Posted in Earth by Tommy Thomas
  305. Walked to Walgreens p/u presc ask pharm give me mine w/o plastic bag note no plastic bag on acct had a heart transplant lots of prescrip
    Posted in Earth by Tommy Thomas
  306. planted a butterfly garden in backyard
    Posted in Earth by Tommy Thomas
  307. I recycled!
    Posted in Earth by Raidon
  308. I staked out and fired three "recycling companies" we hired to pick up our trash, until I finally found one that I caught *gasp* recycling.
    Posted in Earth by Frances Norwood
  309. This relies too much on twitter format, and since I DO NOT TWITTER, I am gone Give people room to write something and it might be worthwhile
    Posted in Earth by Allen
  310. i recycle daily
    Posted in Earth by joshua
  311. Implemented a recycling plan at work. Paper only...for now.
    Posted in Earth by Raquel Young
  312. Major in Horticulture and Crop Production
    Posted in Earth by Faith Hayes
  313. I switched to paperless bills through the electric company
    Posted in Earth by Andrea
  314. i recycle daily
    Posted in Earth by gavin vanstone
  315. Composted yay! And wrote my Emergency Prevention Handbook - optimising our adaptive capacity to climate change http://bit.ly/aQzWa1
    Posted in Earth by Louise Brookes
  316. Go out and run when you're cold. Don't put the central heating up.
    Posted in Earth by Dennis Daniels
  317. Lawn sale.
    Posted in Earth by Liberty
  318. Recycled a plastic water bottle instead of throwing it away.
    Posted in Earth by Neil Redfield
  319. Weekend conservation project with Boy Scout Troop.
    Posted in Earth by LeAnn
  320. Donated to an environmental organization in honor of my best friend,instead of buying a material gift.
    Posted in Earth by Ann
  321. picked up trash on the side of the road
    Posted in Earth by Ann
  322. Recycle Starbucks paper bags
    Posted in Earth by blah blah
  323. Sourcing around 75% of my food from within 200km of home
    Posted in Earth by Stuart Jeffrey
  324. I buy fruit and vegetables locally to support the farmers. less travelling for the greens and less gas to spend.
    Posted in Earth by Anna Folkesson
  325. I actively participate in all local recycling programs and I use a composter. As a result, my trash has been decreased by at least 80%.
    Posted in Earth by Bruno
  326. Putting up solar panels!
    Posted in Earth by Liz
  327. Drive my hummer 1 mile to work instead of commuting in a Prius for 20 miles each day...
    Posted in Earth by Michael Curry
  328. trolololololo
    Posted in Earth by BO
  329. killing all of human, no absolutle some in arctic will be saved, sve our nature
    Posted in Earth by naavi
  330. Recycled old clothes and made it into something else -- Socks became pot holders and scraps of clothes became fancy patches!
    Posted in Earth by Bo
  331. Using Refill water botle, 1 botle a days, meanss I save 365 plastic water botle.
    Posted in Earth by Rusdianto
  332. Carried my few items from supermarket to the car rather than using a plastic bag.
    Posted in Earth by Mr G
  333. Set Cruise Control for dual carriage ways.
    Posted in Earth by Mr G
  334. Composted the lawn cuttings.
    Posted in Earth by Mr G
  335. Put out the recycling boxes including plastics, cans, glass, cardboard & paper.
    Posted in Earth by Mr G
  336. I found a plastic bottle in the street. I picked it up and put it in the recycle bin.
    Posted in Earth by Thomas
  337. Recycled a plastic bottle!
    Posted in Earth by Noa
  338. Joined "The Green Team" at school.
    Posted in Earth by Noa
  339. I conducted a recycling pilot program at the hospital in Manhattan where I go medical school. It led to an 700 pound increase in recycling
    Posted in Earth by Alex
  340. Walked instead of taking the bus.
    Posted in Earth by Dana
  341. I'm giving the keynote for AzBizGreen on Thursday Morning !
    Posted in Earth by Chris Prelitz
  342. Brought my own reusable bags to grocery shopping! Now I don't have to use disposable ones.
    Posted in Earth by jessica
  343. During lunch at school, we put a bag in the middle, and put everything that could be recycled in it. Than we recycled it.
    Posted in Earth by jessica
  344. Attended a recycling assembly today.
    Posted in Earth by jessica
  345. Work from home - no fuel used and no wear/tear on vehicle.
    Posted in Earth by Kim
  346. Carpooled with my neighbor to the park to excercise.
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  347. I recycled grocery bags to make a really cute paper mache club for my cave girl costume.
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  348. Cut out articles in the newspaper that I wanted to read and recycled the rest.
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  349. Picked up trash that other girls in my running club left behind:)
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  350. Did community service projects with the girls from my running club.
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  351. I changed my phone onto a setting that changes the screen to dark that saves energy.
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  352. I recycled my plastic cup instead of putting it in one of the over-flowing trash cans.
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  353. Always download movies and music and never ever EVER by disks or CDs. This decreases the need to make them.
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  354. Posted online petition and agreed to some more to save earth, trees, air, etc.
    Posted in Earth by Jessica
  355. Blocked AUTOMOBILE and AIR TRAVEL advertising from my website.
    Posted in Earth by Nootrl
  356. i never throw food away
    Posted in Earth by holy bliss
  357. Lowered the thermostat setting to 56 degrees.
    Posted in Earth by Joe Pickell
  358. I re-calculated my carbon footprint after one year http://www.alisongannett.com/Alison_Gannett/CROP™.html
    Posted in Earth by Kasey Jacobs
  359. Make a peice of furniture out of reclaimed wood.
    Posted in Earth by tomy hovington
  360. Bring and reuse coffee travel mug
    Posted in Earth by Reji Rajeshwari
  361. After boiling my breakfast eggs, I put all the hot water in the sink with the plug in, and waited for the water to cool before I emptied it.
    Posted in Earth by Andreas Bjurling
  362. I took paperbags from home to the grocery store when shopping today!
    Posted in Earth by alexander
  363. Pledge: For every single use plastic bottle you buy, if you still buy them, find a second along the road or in the trash and recycle two.
    Posted in Earth by Stan Miller
  364. Decorate glass jars and fill with hot cocoa mix. Great gift. Reusable vase.
    Posted in Earth by Susan Roehm
  365. Use all my plastic bags to pic up my dogs mess.
    Posted in Earth by Emma
  366. Carpool to Work 5 days a week.
    Posted in Earth by Colin
  367. Loaned books to a friend so she didn't have to buy them.
    Posted in Earth by jessica
  368. Created an indoor running track when it was raining instead of surfing the web or watching T.V.
    Posted in Earth by jessica
  369. Only use my phone for necessary phone calls.
    Posted in Earth by jessica
  370. Reused paper and plastic bags! :D
    Posted in Earth by jessica
  371. Recycling ALL Papers
    Posted in Earth by Ciara
  372. Made my own candy instead of buying it in the store.
    Posted in Earth by My Starbrink
  373. Instead of making dinner for just one day I've started to prepare food that will last for several day's.
    Posted in Earth by Milla
  374. Create your own reuseable grocery bags from your gently-used clothing. This is also a great gift idea. No more plastic bags!
    Posted in Earth by Sandra Tollefson
  375. Got a coffee hour and mug contest approved at work to promote using mugs not styrofoam
    Posted in Earth by Ben Donahower
  376. Recycle all paper,plastic,glass and metals from daily home use.
    Posted in Earth by Dominic Awender
  377. Set up a recycling bin at home.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  378. Recycled all metal drinks and food cans for a month.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  379. Chipped garden waste at refuge centre - then use as mulch.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  380. When you next buy a car actively seek one with much lower carbon emissions.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  381. Only use wood from sustainable sources, as shown by the FSC stamp. Build raised beds to grow vegetables in.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  382. When you have to take the car drive for maximum fuel economy - gentle acceleration and braking, AC off etc. Saves fuel and money.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  383. Recycle vegetable peelings in compost bin every day.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  384. Planted another native tree in the garden - a small effort to combat my carbon footprint but also a new habitat for insects and birds.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  385. Buy energy saving switch off adapter plugs to turn off TVs that go to standby. Gave them to my older relatives as well to save electricity.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  386. Used compost that I made myself in raised vegetable bed ready for new plants to be added this weekend.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  387. Using reclaimed stone and brick to build raised garden beds. Recycling and cheaper.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  388. Took apart old flatpack furniture - recycled every part at local recycling centre - none went to landfill.
    Posted in Earth by Teri
  389. Established compost system and now reduce our waste by 40%
    Posted in Earth by Kitrev
  390. Use old postcards/photos as cute gift cards x ditch envelope & reuse old ribbons, string and store wrapping paper add flower/herb sprig
    Posted in Earth by Kitrev
  391. Adopted our neighbours's rabbit when they moved she's an organic lawnmower,loves eating vegetable/fruit scraps and is fun
    Posted in Earth by Kitrev
  392. Attended a community tree planting day and planted new trees in our local park
    Posted in Earth by Kitrev
  393. clean out shed and garden and donate good stuff to charity
    Posted in Earth by Kitrev
  394. unplugging laptop and only charging when needed
    Posted in Earth by Kim
  395. Make your own cereal bars and cakes, so theres no packaging waste!
    Posted in Earth by Miss Osborn
  396. Did not take a plastic bag at the store; carried my purchases out in my own hands
    Posted in Earth by Mitch Goldstein
  397. Carbon Reporting!! Raise awareness
    Posted in Earth by Windy Young
  398. Showed our local community college how to save a building they were going to demolish and dump in a land fill.
    Posted in Earth by John Ash
  399. Going by train to work
    Posted in Earth by Katrien v Craeyvelt
  400. Air dried all laundry.
    Posted in Earth by tayljay
  401. Washed and reused every piece of aluminum foil.
  402. Composted egg cartons, lint from the dryer, and shredded junk mail (without too much printed ink).
  403. Recycled: 3 plastic bags; 1 bag of cardboard and 2 bags of newspapers/mailings at Krogers.
    Posted in Earth by Priscilla Parcels
  404. planted a group of apricot trees in my eco garden from organic fruit I made jam with.
    Posted in Earth by Val Longmore
  405. Constructing a wooden sailboat out of salvaged cedar lumber from deconstructed backyard decks.
    Posted in Earth by Daniel O'Connor
  406. sorting and recycling garbage daily
    Posted in Earth by Birgitta
  407. I chose to eat no fish to help restore sea life biodiversity
    Posted in Earth by Ann-Kathrin
  408. Never buy fruit juice served on plastic.
    Posted in Earth by Jose Mendoza
  409. Started a compost.
    Posted in Earth by esme
  410. buy at yard sales and second hand shops instead of new
    Posted in Earth by Jamye
  411. made a big pot of spaghetti sauce from scratch from fresh ingredients instead of buying processed sauce.
    Posted in Earth by Jamye
  412. made homemade yogurt, healthier and reduces waste.
    Posted in Earth by Jamye
  413. Riding my bike instead of taking a car.
    Posted in Earth by Gray
  414. I made 2 gals liquid soap from 1 bar soap & use for shampoo, bodywash, dishes, toothpaste. Saves lots of plastic & trucking.
    Posted in Earth by ilyse kazar
  415. In sunny climates install the biggest photovoltaic grid connected system you can afford and that the local regulations and laws allow you.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  416. A full fridge uses less energy so keep it full. If no food then replace with water bottles. If colder outside cool them down here first.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  417. Save on batteries in laptops and mobile devices. Don't trickle charge dis- and recharge completely . I'm on 5 years with same battery.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  418. don't use batteries for your bicycle lights but a dynamo or magnet operated lights.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  419. Switch of the TV during advertising. In Greece the advertising blocks are 10 minutes each. There are 5 in one film, so 50min saved.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  420. When buying a service like mailing of goods or flying if possible pay the little extra for a carbon neutral service.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  421. Adjust the vacuum cleaner to a lower setting,I measured that I could cut the electricity consumption in half but maintain sufficient suction
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  422. Next time you buy a laptop make it a solar powered one like: http://solaptop.com/en/
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  423. If you live near a river or canal. Go on a canoing/kajacking holiday.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  424. Go for a cycling holiday. If you don't want to leave from your house then take the train to your starting point
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  425. IF you use plastic water bottles then save them and fill with earth to build with. Look up how to build on facebook.
    Posted in Earth by Jens Hede
  426. Pick up any plastic bags you find outside and put it in the bin.
    Posted in Earth by Flora Lamy
  427. tell people to help too.and to log on eco-heroes.
    Posted in Earth by Flora Lamy
  428. show my students an inspiring green ted talk!
    Posted in Earth by Sue
  429. I began to buy only fruits and vegetables that are not pack in plastic conatiners
    Posted in Earth by GUR
  430. Recycle Christmas,Birthday,Thank-You cards. Cut off front of card, add new message on empty back-side, attach stamps,re-send as post-card.
    Posted in Earth by Paula
  431. I want to tell local merchants to sponsor green deeds that children do and give related coupons to schools.
    Posted in Earth by Linda Redman
  432. Made-up litter pick-up kits for a local event
    Posted in Earth by wendy davis
  433. Didn't cut my grass for 2 weeks
    Posted in Earth by wendy davis
  434. I made a patchwork apron for my daughters birthday using some of her old clothes
    Posted in Earth by Annemarie Akin-Cole
  435. wash out plastic bag and reuse many times
    Posted in Earth by Wendy van Monsjou
  436. Read books from the library rather than buy new ones.
    Posted in Earth by Wendy van Monsjou
  437. Open a Twitter acct and address Env issues. It has changed my life and I hav now entered college in study for my BA/Env Science @HanaleiMark
    Posted in Earth by Mark Wagner
  438. Stop where you are once a day; look around and ask, "What can I do right here and now, to make the world a little greener?"
    Posted in Earth by Mark Wagner
  439. All gym equipment such as bikes and treadmills should generate electricity which could then power nearby businesses and the gym itself.
    Posted in Earth by Nina FB
  440. I use used ground coffee. dry it. keep it in a paperbag (closed up it will go grey). 1. cleans sinks faboulously.
    Posted in Earth by Ursula Sand
  441. I Grew My own Potatoes, Onions, Carrots and used some to make a compost for insects which is linked to biodiversity
    Posted in Earth by Sarah
  442. In my neighbor hood we get together and do something like neighbors helping neighbors and helping the community.
    Posted in Earth by Katie
  443. making a new online magazine about being ecological and earth friendly.
    Posted in Earth by Hannah
  444. Attended a meeting about Environmental Sustainability.
  445. Pick up litter from around local parks and schools
  446. Donated all of my old clothes to be re-used and recycled.
  447. Re-use old school books instead of buying more paper
  448. Picked up all rubbish on the side of the road on my walk home from the bus!
  449. Pick up a minimum of 10 pieces of trash off the ground, at the beach, on my walk, daily.
    Posted in Earth by dbayham
  450. I recycle every day
    Posted in Earth by Ella
  451. Put a jumper on instead of using the heater.
    Posted in Earth by Louis Robertson
  452. I will turn off my computer and monitor when I leave the office.
    Posted in Earth by Will
  453. SAVE OUR EARTH
    Posted in Earth by Dani


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