Log A Green Deed



  1. Turn your heating thermostat or air conditioner down!
    Posted in Fire by Roz Savage
  2. Attend a meeting to talk about informing, inspiring and/or connecting people to local community activist organizations.
    Posted in Fire by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  3. Cut your electricity bill by 25% as compared to usage a year ago. :-)
    Posted in Fire by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  4. If possible, in your office, work using natural light rather than overhead lights or a lamp.
    Posted in Fire by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  5. Heat only as much water as you require for drinks and cooking.
    Posted in Fire by Jaxon Ravens - Peace
  6. Talk to your Representative about energy and climate issues
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  7. Talk to your Senators about energy and climate issues
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  8. Talk to your Mayor and City Council members about what your town can do to address energy, climate and environmental issues
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  9. Tell a friend in another city about Financing Initiative for Renewable and Solar Technology aka Property Assessed Clean Energy
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  10. Set cruise to 66 MPH (except to pass safely) and save 20% $$$ and 20% CO2 with 36 MPG
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  11. Today, use no hot water to drink, wash, show, shave, for clothes or dishes. Burn no fossils.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  12. Reducing our personal carbon footprint is essential but insufficient. Collective action is required
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  13. "Lead our leaders to lead." Work within our communities to demonstration leadership locally.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  14. Learn about community-owned district energy (DE) utilities
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  15. Learn about Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) then tell your mayor you want CCA for your town.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  16. READ http://j.mp/WestWayLife then SHARE and PONDER what would be the INTELLIGENT thing to do.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  17. Do something IRONIC. Check out http://j.mp/OilApocalypse and http://j.mp/IronicHorror.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  18. SHOW & TELL friends, siblings, parents, children @ECO_HEROES. My grandkids were SHOWED & TOLD.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  19. http://j.mp/FuelHope will make you sad, then mad, angry, happy, hopeful, and move you to act.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  20. Wash hands with cold water. Leave the faucet handle in COLD position for the next person.
    Posted in Fire by Doug Grandt
  21. Unplug cellphone charger when not in use and only charge when it actually needs it.
    Posted in Fire by Kelsey josund
  22. Work with the light off when on the computer, since you don't need it to see the screen.
    Posted in Fire by Kelsey josund
  23. walked 2/3 from the store
    Posted in Fire by Jem
  24. walked to church
    Posted in Fire by Jem
  25. If you live in an older home add insulation especially in the ceiling. This will save much more energy than adjusting the thermostat.
    Posted in Fire by Stan Miller
  26. Use a wood burning camp stove when hiking or camping. You can buy or make one for only a few $$ and never have to use fossil fuel again.
    Posted in Fire by Stan Miller
  27. Check for air leaks around all your windows and doors. Caulk around all those that leak and save significant heating and cooling energy.
    Posted in Fire by Stan Miller
  28. Support sustainability, better transit, energy use, programs proposed in your community. Contact local officials and urge their support too.
    Posted in Fire by Stan Miller
  29. Perform an energy audit of your home. You can do it yourself, http//hep.lbl.gov has a good tool. Or,have it done by the power co. for $$.
    Posted in Fire by Stan Miller
  30. Install a small solar system (40-60 watt) and use it to keep your electronic toys charged.
    Posted in Fire by Stan Miller
  31. If you live in a humid climate be sure to include a dehumidifier in your air conditioning scheme. Dry air feels cooler than humid air.
    Posted in Fire by Stan Miller
  32. use torches and candles for my backyard instead of electric lights
    Posted in Fire by Cornelia Feller
  33. Don't tip the window all day long to let some air in. Better leave it wide open only a few minutes and several times a day
    Posted in Fire by Cornelia Feller
  34. no Tv for almost a month
    Posted in Fire by Cornelia Feller
  35. Let natural light in all day until dark before turning on a light in the house.
    Posted in Fire by Livia Labate
  36. my best friend picked me up from the train station with his bike instead of car in order to balance 100 pounds of equipment to my place
    Posted in Fire by Chris
  37. use a fan instead of air conditioning
    Posted in Fire by Timothy Ray
  38. carpool to work if you can't ride a bike / use mass transit
    Posted in Fire by Timothy Ray
  39. hitchhiked to fond du lac, wi from appleton, wi, then walked back...
    Posted in Fire by Josh Trotter
  40. I finished my last graduate exam for my class Sustainable Development, taught by Jeffrey Sachs.
    Posted in Fire by Nevinsky
  41. i drank sustainable vino last night
    Posted in Fire by Nevinsky
  42. Switch over to 100% sustainable power by contacting your power provider.
    Posted in Fire by techwraith
  43. If the sun is up, my lights stay off.
    Posted in Fire by Ruthi
  44. Dried my laundry using a drying rack and clothesline
    Posted in Fire by Stephanie Ferguson
  45. If you're too hot, create a portable AC... point a fan at yourself, and place wet washcloth on your head, chest, or back :)
    Posted in Fire by tambre
  46. turn off the TV and meditate
    Posted in Fire by Amy Love
  47. Put on a sweater instead of turning up the heat! (Or, change into shorts instead of turning up the air conditioner!)
    Posted in Fire by Willow
  48. I keep my car's gas tank at least half full; I've read it gets me even better gas mileage.
    Posted in Fire by Willow
  49. Have a staycation instead of a vacation trip. Less gas & pollution. Saves money too. There's plenty of interesting & relaxing stuff locally!
    Posted in Fire by Willow
  50. Don't own a microwave.
    Posted in Fire by Alex Kerner
  51. Turned off the power bar - they are phantom hydro users.
    Posted in Fire by Claire H
  52. Dont turn up the heating put on a jumper instead. Its easy you will be just as worm.
    Posted in Fire by Emma
  53. do green deeds for the world not the medals
    Posted in Fire by Anna
  54. don't use plastic plates & cutlery & if you do wash them after !!!
    Posted in Fire by Anna
  55. Making the cats eat in the (semi) dark instead of leaving lights on just for their sake. Don't they have good "night" vision, anyway?
    Posted in Fire by robbiekay
  56. Used the revolving door. It lets less outside air into the building so the heating/AC system can regulate the temperature more efficiently.
    Posted in Fire by robbiekay
  57. Replacing our inefficient heating system with a more energy efficient heat pump.
    Posted in Fire by robbiekay
  58. stopped people from burning garbage in the neighbourhood
    Posted in Fire by prannay kohli
  59. I don't use ice in drinks to save my freezer from having to use more electricity to cool down.
    Posted in Fire by Nikki
  60. Worked from home instead of driving to work.
    Posted in Fire by Varda
  61. Turn your washing machine down to 30 degrees to save energy.
    Posted in Fire by James
  62. Close the door when you have the air conditioning on, so you don't cool the outside.
    Posted in Fire by Raidon
  63. Used cold water for all loads, except whites - where I use warm instead of hot, unless really stained. Saves energy not to heat hot water!
    Posted in Fire by Carol Page-Potter
  64. Replacing our very old unefficient boiler system with a new very efficient wood boiler for the whole property.
    Posted in Fire by Taryn Field
  65. Lit a candle instead of turned on the light switch.
    Posted in Fire by Mr G
  66. Went around my house and turned off all the lights that weren't being used.
    Posted in Fire by jessica
  67. Instead of using the heater I made my family put on warm clothes.
    Posted in Fire by jessica
  68. Only play games on the computer on weekends. That way the computer is off often and no electricity is wasted.
    Posted in Fire by jessica
  69. Unplugged my electric blanket and just piled on more blankets.
    Posted in Fire by McKenzie
  70. I took a cold shower today.
    Posted in Fire by McKenzie
  71. On cold days when putting on extra clothes at home just isn't enough only heat the room you are working in not the whole house.
    Posted in Fire by Teri
  72. Replace all light bulbs with energy saving ones.
    Posted in Fire by Teri
  73. Don't throw away glass candle jars. Wash them out And re-use as votive candle holders.
    Posted in Fire by Teri
  74. Didn't power on any house lights until nearly an hour after sunset. Our eyes got surprisingly used to the residual daylight and we saved $$$
    Posted in Fire by John Francis Scanlon
  75. Hand-squeeze the morning orange juice instead of using the electric juicer
    Posted in Fire by John Francis Scanlon
  76. use a solar water heater
    Posted in Fire by Jamye
  77. added an "on demand" water heater instead of a tank type heater. Used only when it's too cloudy for the solar water heater.
    Posted in Fire by Jamye
  78. Always cook with the lid on, if you have no pressure cooker then just place something heavy on the lid to keep steam in to minimize setting.
    Posted in Fire by Jens Hede
  79. Never misuse campfire
    Posted in Fire by Tanis
  80. Called local fire dept.making sure there was no fire ban in area,there wasn't but there was a smog alert fires are not recommended
    Posted in Fire by wendy davis
  81. I eat McDonalds and throw away 100000000000 pounds of trashj into the sea everyday.
    Posted in Fire by Vinny Boder Smee
  82. Refrain from turning on the Central Heating in your household for a day.
    Posted in Fire by Elliot


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