Log A Green Deed



  1. Write to your representative on an environmental issue that concerns you!
    Posted in Life by Roz Savage
  2. Read "No Impact Man's" blog it is really inspirational and loaded with good solutions.
    Posted in Life by Roz Savage
  3. Rode my bike to work
    Posted in Life by Joe Huber
  4. Start an afternoon running club at work to promote general health.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  5. Serve on a non-profit board committed to increasing volunteer participation in the community.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  6. Sign up to receive a weekly box of vegetables from a local sustainable community farm.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  7. Captain a team for Seattle Works Day.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  8. Eat right, exercise and lose 10 lbs. :-)
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  9. Run to work.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  10. Spend a bit of time learning how to store fruits and vegetables so that they will stay fresh longer. Less waste.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  11. Serve meals at FareStart.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  12. Give experiences, not things.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  13. Commit to being eco-aware in the month of June.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  14. Support local restaurants and avoid chain restaurants.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  15. Learn ways to gather your own food.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  16. Practice random acts of kindness and senseless beauty.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  17. Eat lots of leftovers.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  18. Throughout the day make conscious and smart decisions to help the environment.
    Posted in Life by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  19. Talk with a friend about what they are doing to combat the climate crisis.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  20. Spread the word about the urgency of getting actively involved to begin reducing global CO2 emissions now.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  21. Tear out your lawn. Turn it into an edible landscape. GET HELP & DO IT. http://j.mp/SusanGotHelp
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  22. Find your personal passionate story and practice it so you can tell anybody in 30-60 seconds.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  23. Ask the cafeteria to fill your coffee mug with soup & reduce the price 25 cents - less waste.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  24. Be an "equal" and help start the movement every day: TED http://j.mp/D_SiversLoneNut
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  25. "Do the hardest thing first before you change your mind" @frankejames GO FOR BIG IMPACT ITEMS
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  26. Write a letter to Judge Weisberg http://j.mp/NoJail4Ted asking leniency for activist Ted Glick
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  27. Learn about Community Based Social Marketing. Read http://j.mp/MohrCBSM then influence others.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  28. Learn about http://j.mp/FossilWater crisis and connect the dots to climate crisis in farmlands, then talk to somebody about solutions.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  29. Tweet & support other EcoHeroes 2 build community 4 communication & collaboration. ADD http://twitter.com/NAME to Settings Profile Website.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  30. Helped @RozSavage protect whales http://bit.ly/aDBbYy Please sign petition and spread the word
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  31. Have HUGE impact while having NO impact. Start with 1 day a week, Man! http://j.mp/NoColbertMan
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  32. Watch http://j.mp/WhitehouseExplodes video then get so angry you do something significant.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  33. Read Naomi Klein's http://j.mp/HumanHubris then mail or email it to your Senators.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  34. WATCH http://j.mp/WebOfLife and SHARE its simplistic but poignant secret (Rating: Cartoonish)
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  35. Learned about the history of the environmentalist movement!
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  36. Research the Nissan Leaf, an entirely electric car.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  37. Can't quite be a vegetarian, but doing many "meatless meals".
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  38. Research eco-countertops, lighting, etc. when remodeling.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  39. Apply for a job at an eco-company.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  40. When hanging out with a group of friends who all have cars, figure out whose car gets the best mileage and all pile in.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  41. Shop at the farmer's market for produce so it's organic and local.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  42. Go on a bus adventure: take random bus and get off at the first park you get near to.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  43. Calculate energy usage to be aware.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  44. Research green food and low-carbon diets.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  45. Shop at an eco grocery store.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  46. Learn to cook really good, filling vegetarian meals to please even the biggest meat lovers.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  47. I trained my cat to use the toilet so I don't need to buy and throw away cat litter (and I did NOT train her to flush...)
    Posted in Life by Sandra Becka
  48. prayed for the biosphere
    Posted in Life by BonnieBlithe
  49. Donate old books to a local literacy program.
    Posted in Life by megan
  50. used re-useable bags to go grocery shopping
    Posted in Life by Jem
  51. used all re-use able utencils
    Posted in Life by Jem
  52. talked to small group about the enviroment
    Posted in Life by Jem
  53. I'm a vegetarian
    Posted in Life by Jem
  54. Installed a new colony of bees on my property. Checked the two colonies already there. Time for honey is coming soon!!!
    Posted in Life by Laurey Masterton
  55. I use re-useable drinking cup instead of plastic cups you have to throw away.
    Posted in Life by Aey Hopmans
  56. Carpooled with my roommate to work.
    Posted in Life by Alex Jaynes
  57. Sponsored my daughter so she can study oceanography in England for a year, on foreign travel from west coast USA
    Posted in Life by Lewis Thomson
  58. Was honored by the local section of a national environmental organization for the accomplishments in water resources made during my career.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  59. Make energy efficiency, recycling potential and longevity key factors on all your purchasing decisions.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  60. Buy powdered sort drink and mix your own in a reusable bottle. Eliminates plastic waste and no high fructose corn sweetener (usually).
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  61. Contact the managers of your curbside recycling program and find out where your recycling goes. Ask how it's recycled.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  62. Whenever possible buy at the bulk food section at the market. Take your own containers to save even more packaging
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  63. If you buy books, buy them at an Independent Bookstore that will buy them back so someone else can buy them and you get $ to buy more books.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  64. Don't drive to the gym to workout. Ride your bike or walk there. Better yet, go for a run, brisk walk or bike ride around the neighborhood.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  65. Sell or give your "extra" books to a local used bookstore. Support a local business and reuse books.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  66. Be your skill technical, social, communication or other, volunteer them to help your local officials spread the word on being green.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  67. Fake the pledge and go plastic free for a day. Check ito out at: www,noplasticday.org.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  68. Clean sink drains with baking soda and vinegar. Pour 1/4 cup of soda down the drain. Follow that with 1/2 cup vinegar.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  69. Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper commenting on a land use policy, energy issue or other "green" issue.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  70. Make a list of 5 things you put in the recycle bin. Then note ways to reduce their presence there; read the newspaper on line, donate, etc.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  71. Support Roz's work by donating to her Foundation. Find the link at www.RozSavage.com.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  72. Did you make it through No Plastics Day (6/8/10) without disposable plastic bags or bottles? If log this deed. Try to make every day NPD.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  73. Check your local recycler to find items you need for projects around the house: paint, wire, tubing and boxes for storage or moving.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  74. Attend out of town meetings via "conference call," video or voice only, to avoid a carbon producing trip.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  75. Research the concept of "Carbon Footprint Labeling" for food. It's done at some stores in the UK and Sweden. Let's ask why not in the US.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  76. gave some of my kid's clothes to a friend
    Posted in Life by Cornelia Feller
  77. read "No Impact man" by Colin Beavan and gave it to a friend
    Posted in Life by Cornelia Feller
  78. researched about transition towns http://www.transitionnetwork.org/
    Posted in Life by Cornelia Feller
  79. read "story of stuff" ,which is full of extensive information on production and consumption
    Posted in Life by Cornelia Feller
  80. made blackle.com my home page
    Posted in Life by Emmie
  81. Planted herbs and Vegetables in my garden today.
    Posted in Life by Amanda Knutson
  82. I Made my own Journal.
    Posted in Life by Genevieve
  83. Reused wrapping paper
    Posted in Life by ManateeLover
  84. Cook at home instead of getting take out (for health and also less packaging waste).
    Posted in Life by Kelley
  85. planted a tree today
    Posted in Life by Flavio
  86. Walk to the bank and shopping instead of driving.
    Posted in Life by Kyle
  87. Take public transit and walk to work.
    Posted in Life by Andrew Hedges
  88. donated 100$ to protect the Tasmanian Devil from extinction.
    Posted in Life by Nico
  89. I planted a garden with herbs and vegetables.
    Posted in Life by Marisa Lynn
  90. invite a coworker to eat lunch outside and talk about the natural elements of your work location.
    Posted in Life by Timothy Ray
  91. make bread at home
    Posted in Life by Timothy Ray
  92. fed my compost worms with food scraps
    Posted in Life by Timothy Ray
  93. @rozsavage Green Deed: growing some of my own herbs and vegetables to save energy
    Posted in Life by Timothy Ray
  94. going on TV tomorrow morning to talk about green athletics
    Posted in Life by Timothy Ray
  95. Rode my bike to yoga this morning.
    Posted in Life by Nevinsky
  96. Spent the day connecting with nature. streams, ducks, and dirt trails.
    Posted in Life by Nevinsky
  97. Use organic pesticides in my garden, and plant bug-friendly plants to keep that vital link of the food chain healthy.
    Posted in Life by Thomas Pinkerton
  98. Petitioned 4 a world without nuclear weapons @ http://peaceshadow.net/?id=1426 diminishes warfare related expenses & prolongs life on Earth
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  99. Singned Greenpeace's petition to Tell Dell to phase out the use of toxic chemicals http://bit.ly/ak14bx
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  100. Get rid of Limescale/calcium residue in toilet bowl & flower vases with Vinegar instead of using harsh, chemical (non-ecological) cleaners
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  101. Use rosemary and eucalyptus for my kid's daily lice treatment instead of using chemical based shampoos on her scalp
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  102. Signed GreenPeace's petition asking the Spanish Government 2 lead the way in saving the Mediterranean bluefin tuna http://bit.ly/cQQ8fa
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  103. Asked EPA to bar BP from receiving U.S. government contracts by signing the www.change.org petition: http://bit.ly/9ym2LI
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  104. Asked EPA to ban methyl iodide as as a pesticide & soil fumigant by signing this petition http://bit.ly/d0AbOC at www.freshthemovie.com/
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  105. E-mail & Tweet "Gulf Oil Spill (PHOTOS): Animals In Peril" http://huff.to/a3MeOT 2 raise awareness about consequences & urge people 2 act
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  106. Teaching my child Earth is alive and that we are one with her & all the living beings & existence within & without her.
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  107. Stopped using chemical spot-on flea-control products on my cat. Natural flea prevention methods require more efforts, but it's worth it.
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  108. Bought a reusable drinking bottle for my child made out of polypropylene (PP) #5 & free of BPA, Phthalate & PVC > http://bit.ly/duPDFZ
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  109. Helped Roz Savage ( @rozsavage ) stop shark fining in US waters http://bit.ly/aBvVM5 Pls spread the word
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  110. I'm using chalk & talc as an eco-friendly way to stop ants from getting into the house without chemicals or killing them
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  111. Installed the *GoGreenFree* Application (http://bit.ly/bgynZr)on my iPhone 2 receive new green tips whenever I want
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  112. Grasping the full scope of mass consumption impact>>> Chris Jordan's pics http://www.chrisjordan.com Spreading the word 2 create awareness
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  113. I had a traditional lunch during my family get-together on Banana Leaf plates instead of plastic disposable ones or ceramic ones.
    Posted in Life by Neuron Spike
  114. Cooking a vegetarian dinner
    Posted in Life by Joey
  115. I eat a vegetarian diet, and support our local farmers markets.
    Posted in Life by layne larsen
  116. Started sprouting. Will grow my own veggies indoors and use the rinse water outside in the garden.
    Posted in Life by Sybil
  117. Eat foods grown or raised locally.
    Posted in Life by Sybil
  118. Volunteer with a local environmental organization.
    Posted in Life by Sybil
  119. Turn off the tv and go out for a walk.
    Posted in Life by Sybil
  120. Talk to your friends about what they can do to be green. Some people just don't think about it and would if they knew how easy it is.
    Posted in Life by Sybil
  121. Donate to an environmental cause.
    Posted in Life by Sybil
  122. I use a stove top espresso maker instead of an electric one.
    Posted in Life by Ruthi
  123. I generally email all of my reports, papers, and homework to cut down on the amount of paper documents I print.
    Posted in Life by Ruthi
  124. Borrow a book from the library.
    Posted in Life by Jake Smith
  125. Unplug laptop computer power cord before going to bed.
    Posted in Life by explenture
  126. Use both sides of 3.5 index card before putting them in the recycling
    Posted in Life by explenture
  127. Go Vegetarian
    Posted in Life by Catherine Gregoire
  128. Used reusable bags at the store instead of plastic, or paper.
    Posted in Life by tambre
  129. Use green cleaners (seventh generation, method, etc) instead of their not as environmentally friendly counterparts.
    Posted in Life by tambre
  130. Buy your own flock of chickens, supporting life and preventing pollution by providing yourself with eggs instead of buying them.
    Posted in Life by mmmmmm
  131. Used a solar powered lantern instead of turning on the barn lights.
    Posted in Life by Joel
  132. planted 80 trees in Madagascar for my grans 80th Birthday :)
    Posted in Life by ulla
  133. planted my own veggies in wooden boxes storing them on my terrace who sais you need a garden....
    Posted in Life by ulla
  134. use a bag made of material to go shopping with
    Posted in Life by ulla
  135. Looking for transport to go to Lyon by train, car sharing, bus NOT PLANE OR DRRIVING ON MY OWN
    Posted in Life by ulla
  136. Read
    Posted in Life by Willow
  137. As a wedding or baby shower present, give a gift certificate for local organic produce/meal delivery instead of piling up more -stuff-.
    Posted in Life by Willow
  138. I get my U.S. car (& bike!) roadside assistance from Better World Club. An *eco-friendly* alternative to AAA; great service & same prices.
    Posted in Life by Willow
  139. "Happy Hour" at my place: 1.Carpooled! 2.All organic snacks & beverages were made / grown locally. 3.Cloth napkins. 4.Recycled the bottles!
    Posted in Life by Willow
  140. Read "Harvest for Hope: A Guide to Mindful Eating" by Jane Goodall.
    Posted in Life by Willow
  141. Incorporate more vegan meals into your life.
    Posted in Life by Willow
  142. Vote with your dollars. Support businesses that have great environmental records. Let's not be fooled by "greenwashing" marketing!
    Posted in Life by Willow
  143. Visited my Representative and 4 Senators to ask them to protect the Clean Air Act. Emailed info on the "Jacobson Effect" to a fence sitter.
    Posted in Life by Claire Koenig
  144. i helped a senior at the swinomish reservation by clearing his property of overgrown trees and blackberry bushes
    Posted in Life by Mario
  145. Stop eating tuna
    Posted in Life by Freakwave
  146. yesterday i walked halfway to my house
    Posted in Life by Alfa
  147. instead of using electricity or running water to prepare something to eat i just made myself a bowl of cereal
    Posted in Life by Alfa
  148. walk to get to your destination intstead of driving to it or if its too far away carpool
    Posted in Life by Alfa
  149. I follow a raw vegetarian diet -- I do not need to use electricity or gas for cooking.
    Posted in Life by sula meyer
  150. Planted a garden of Naturally occuring flowers in my state
    Posted in Life by BaileyBee
  151. Made my own natural non-toxic anti-waste hair products!
    Posted in Life by Eleanor
  152. I Pick up the landscape when I go out somewhere. For example: forest or the beach.
    Posted in Life by Violeta
  153. Ididn't watch TV for 2 days because TV takes up a lot of energy
    Posted in Life by bella
  154. Took public transport to the city to meet up with friends in the Green house cafe for a hot chocolate.
    Posted in Life by Wilma
  155. Turn leaves into veggie garden to create mulch and worm food.
    Posted in Life by Joe L
  156. Participate in a work based green committee
    Posted in Life by Joe L
  157. Visit a Farmer's market
    Posted in Life by Claire H
  158. Made Eco-Heroes my home page on all my web browsers.
    Posted in Life by Meghan Ackley
  159. Posted this site to my Facebook page to spread awareness.
    Posted in Life by Meghan Ackley
  160. Designing a range of kitchen products that are fair for those who make it, and in the long run better for the planet
    Posted in Life by Bartjan
  161. Talked to Grade 10 students about "doing the hardest thing 1st". Gave Green Conscience art workshop + videotaped them talking about artwork.
    Posted in Life by Franke James
  162. see if you can convince your teacher to let the class recycle your own paper!
    Posted in Life by Anna
  163. be half vegetarian only eat meat two times a week for protein
    Posted in Life by Anna
  164. Donate old clothes.
    Posted in Life by Jared Streeto
  165. I have gone homeless living under the stars. No more supporting the square box, and learning the box is only a myth.
    Posted in Life by Kirk D
  166. Reused wrapping paper.
    Posted in Life by robbiekay
  167. conduct energy audits in schools to calculate their carbon consumption
    Posted in Life by prannay kohli
  168. attended alternative energy sources conference
    Posted in Life by prannay kohli
  169. Reduce your carbon footprint to the least minimum
    Posted in Life by prannay kohli
  170. Don't own a car.
    Posted in Life by Count Zero
  171. buy used items from your favorite auction site instead of new stuff
    Posted in Life by Count Zero
  172. Do errants on a bike.
    Posted in Life by Count Zero
  173. Choose a cone over a cup when going out for ice cream
    Posted in Life by Cat
  174. I compost and grow my own vegetable garden.
    Posted in Life by Kisha Andrewartha
  175. I dont' buy things that are unnecessary and just for my satisfation, I only buy what I need.
    Posted in Life by Wei yuying
  176. I created a canvas bag, with my painting of the Gulf oil spill, at www.loupgarouroad.com. I can show people that plastic comes from oil !
    Posted in Life by Severina Singh
  177. Parked my Truck, and started driving a more fuel efficient car.
    Posted in Life by Colin
  178. Rode my bike to rummage sales!
    Posted in Life by Andrea
  179. Read Michael Pollan's "In Defense of Food"
    Posted in Life by Andrea
  180. I organized a cloth swapping party at my home to reuse clothing between friends instead of buying new clothing and throwing away the old one
    Posted in Life by Valentina T da Cruz
  181. use public transport instead of your car, think about our children instead of you and yourself.
    Posted in Life by Lode
  182. Prophet destroying the entire galaxy is not a solution to overpopulation http://j.mp/HALOstory - read the story if you like Halo
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  183. Take care of pets because we need to keep them healthy and happy.
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  184. Don't say 'ugh' to a bug. If it is in danger, rescue it. http://j.mp/ingBugs
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  185. Be a bee-friendly gardner. Don't squash a bee. Read http://j.mp/SavaBee and http://j.mp/BeeCCD
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  186. Join the http://www.MillionLetterMarch.org WRITE > MAIL > UPLOAD a letter to your Senators
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  187. Hear Roz Savage's cheery voice and hear her lifesaving message http://bit.ly/RozRoams33
    Posted in Life by Doug Grandt
  188. Go to a zoo that donates part of the admission fee to helping endangered species the world over.
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  189. Compost at work!
    Posted in Life by Kelsey josund
  190. Joined Surfrider Foundation.
    Posted in Life by david
  191. Check the Washington Toxics Coalition website (watoxics.org). Look closely at their list of "Chemicals of Concern." Avoid these chemicals.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  192. Check your community for a local "Green Drinks" chapter. If you have one, join in to share ideas for saving Earth. Roz, thanks for the idea.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  193. Use www.localharvest.org to find farms, markets, restaurants and other sources for local food.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  194. Another good "food" link: slowfoodusa.org. It takes eating local to a whole new level.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  195. Check out www.greenlivingtips.com. There are a host of great ideas there. You can follow on Twitter and get frequent updates too.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  196. If you start looking at the chemistry, some things you thought were bad maybe aren't. Some you thought were, aren't.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  197. Recently, "Native America Speaks" reviewed the emotional and spiritual benefits of running. Physically able? Connect w/ nature, run.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  198. Become a voice for positive change in attitudes toward the environment in your community. Aspire to inspire before you expire.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  199. Beware of "greenwashing." Is a company that builds huge suburban stores with 20 acre parking lots accessible only by car really green?
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  200. It's summer. Prepare a meal using only items from you garden or a local farmers market.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  201. Let's make ecoheroes about forming habits. Start doing the same deeds every day not once or twice. Log them over and over. Change your life.
    Posted in Life by Stan Miller
  202. Use an Ecolon coated, PFOA & PTFE free wok by Neoflam (made out natural components: rocks, sand and dirt) http://www.neoflam.com.au/ GR8!
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  203. Use a dish with soapy water and place your pets' food platter in as a way to keep ants away eco-friendly way
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  204. Walked barefoot on the grass.The soil was soft & wet & giving, the grass lovingly ticklish.GR8 way 2 get rid of bad EMF charges & replenish.
    Posted in Life by zofiamachnowski
  205. brought home my chopsticks to put in the compost instead of in the trash
    Posted in Life by Cat
  206. I fed the birds with the leftovers instead of throwing them out.
    Posted in Life by Raidon
  207. Harvested herbs from my garden to prepare food
    Posted in Life by RopesnpolesZA
  208. Register for EStatements to replace your bank statements
    Posted in Life by Julie Schell
  209. Bicycling to work.
    Posted in Life by Emily
  210. Reported some graffiti in neighbourhood to local council.
    Posted in Life by Mr G
  211. Donate unwanted household goods to local charities.
    Posted in Life by Mr G
  212. Reported broken street lighting to make walking the dog feel safer.
    Posted in Life by Mr G
  213. Instead of drinking an energy drink I drank water instead.
    Posted in Life by jessica
  214. Never go to a fast food restaurant. This supports stopping obesity. Plus, these companies bribe the government, so we are stopping them. : )
    Posted in Life by jessica
  215. Never ever kill a living creature. Everything deserves life just as much as humans do.
    Posted in Life by jessica
  216. Help animals, in this case bees, to survive.
    Posted in Life by Nadia
  217. Reuse an old sling instead of a new one
    Posted in Life by Jessica
  218. Added to my book that will help change how we eat and live!
    Posted in Life by William Waleko
  219. I am a vegetarian.
    Posted in Life by McKenzie
  220. Taught kids about gardening / Gardened with kids
    Posted in Life by Rebecca
  221. Our family of four went for five years without a car, and walked, biked, or went by public transit.
  222. Did not reproduce myself. Had a vasectomy. Vegan since 1980 for animals. Demanded others do the same (all 3).
    Posted in Life by cornwall_5
  223. Recycle old socks - make sock buddies! If making for cats put catnip in with the filling - makes a great toy.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  224. Booked an eco-friendly campsite for holiday. They actively recycle and take steps to minimise the effect of the campsite.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  225. Recycle cut flowers in the organic waste.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  226. Take plant cuttings to share with friends and encourage 'growing'. Use peat free compost.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  227. With birds coming into the garden put up nest boxes or clean out old ones ready for this season.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  228. Create log piles in the garden for insect habitats.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  229. Buy a wormery to decompose veg peelings and kitchen waste, plus also makes compost and liquid feed.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  230. Make your own fat balls for the garden birds. Keep putting food out for the birds so they don't waste energy coming to your garden.
    Posted in Life by Teri
  231. rescued possum from being trapped in a rubbish bin
    Posted in Life by Kitrev
  232. Entranced by the beautiful patterns slugs dance onto my windows at night
    Posted in Life by Kitrev
  233. I took the fabric off of my old, broken shoes and am using the patches to make jewellery for friends (:
    Posted in Life by Lauren
  234. Spend a day without spending money
    Posted in Life by Mela
  235. Energy saving: use and set sensors for lights at home to go off when no movement is detected for 5 minutes
    Posted in Life by elianealhadeff
  236. DOnt kill mosquitoes or gnats but just swat them..
    Posted in Life by Masha
  237. running 5K 3x a week for fitness. No need for high blood pressure drugs, type 2 diabetes, obesity related health problems.
    Posted in Life by Jamye
  238. bought a sewing machine and am learning to make my own clothes
    Posted in Life by Jamye
  239. made a gift instead of buying one
    Posted in Life by Jamye
  240. follow and support Occupy Wall Street movement
    Posted in Life by Jamye
  241. Installed window coverings that were made with reflective inner surface and filled with insulation.
    Posted in Life by Jack
  242. Facilitator 4 Awakening Dreamer Symposium... Environmentally Sustainable, Socially Just, Spiritually Fulfilling...Human Presence on earth.
    Posted in Life by MaineBob
  243. I directly buy vegetables, meat, milk, eggs through local producers
    Posted in Life by David VdB
  244. Instead of using harmful chemicals to clean your home, take an empty Clorox jar and fil it with water and vinegar. Cheers to your health!
    Posted in Life by Payton
  245. avoid buying cotton clothes as the production of cotton uses 25% of the worlds pesticides. The best is to find clothes made by hemp.
    Posted in Life by Jens Hede
  246. Do not waste food. Get active and join an organisation like: http://www.foodsharing.com/index.php?syslang=en
    Posted in Life by Jens Hede
  247. reduse, reuse and recycle.
    Posted in Life by Flora Lamy
  248. Shut off all the lights
    Posted in Life by Hadrian
  249. we should care about earth
    Posted in Life by Tanis
  250. Ran to gym instead of taking the car...
    Posted in Life by Olivia
  251. Brought my garden solar lights from outside to in for passive lighting.
    Posted in Life by wendy davis
  252. Used the fan on my furnace to circulate cool air from the basement instead of turing on a/c
    Posted in Life by wendy davis
  253. Wrote my name on my disposable glass at a party so I didn't need to get a new one every time
    Posted in Life by wendy davis
  254. Unplug all electronics when not in use,or when leaving home for extended amount of time
    Posted in Life by wendy davis
  255. I have entered my school's enviromental club.I learned a lot in the club.
    Posted in Life by Zhang Zhiquan
  256. I grew 6 new plants to help absorb carbon monoxide and other pollutants.
    Posted in Life by Hannah
  257. list all eco things I can do everyday when I get bored so if I get bored throughout the day I'll have ideas that r productive AND eco!
    Posted in Life by Hannah
  258. I started my garden today.
    Posted in Life by Hannah
  259. Invite 3 friends to join Eco- Heroes
    Posted in Life by Treelana
  260. Joined a society about fundraising to help poverty and the environment!!
  261. Maddy is growing some plants and waters them using rain water collected in a recycled bottle with the top cut off.
    Posted in Life by Gaynor Domiszewski
  262. Take the stairs instead of the elevator every time I can.
    Posted in Life by Valeria Narvaez


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