1. Support Local
Spending money at locally owned businesses keeps more money in your community. Buying Used or vintage can also help.
2. Buy Organic and Fair Trade Products
Many products have been linked to allergic reactions, birth defects, even cancer, many products contain oils and extracts that are harvested and produced in a way that harms the environment and exploits workers. Look for organic and Fair Trade products instead.
3. Give Your Car a Break
We would save an estimated 42 million gallons of gas per year, and keep 840 million pounds of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, If only 1 percent of car owners in the US did not drive for one day a week.
4. Green Your Energy at Home
Switch your lighbulbs, hang clothes to dry, unplug small appliances that draw electricity even when they're turned off. If you can go all the way check into wind or solar.
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