3 Low-Stress Steps to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

3 Low-Stress Steps to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Going green doesn’t have to mean living off the land and foregoing any or all modern conveniences. It also doesn’t require drastic steps or home improvements to save a few bucks while lessening your environmental impact. When it comes to reducing your personal carbon footprint, small steps can lead to big results. You might not save the world or even thousands of dollars, but by making a few small changes you can reduce your waste contribution and save money while doing it.

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Three Easy Paper Product Replacements to Help You Go Green

Three Easy Paper Product Replacements to Help You Go Green

Though becoming environmentally friendly has become hugely trendy in recent years, it’s a trend I can definitely get behind. Every little bit of progress is better than none, and luckily, it’s been easier than I thought to make small changes in my life that eliminate landfill waste and help preserve natural resources. Three of the easiest changes involved switching from paper products to fabric replacements.

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Tips on Being Green Throughout Your Renovations

Tips on Being Green Throughout Your Renovations

Whether your current house is old and outdated and it’s time to make a change, or you’ve decided to buy a home and renovate it before your big move, it’s time to start planning your renovations. It’s becoming increasingly important every day to make eco-conscious decisions, and there are plenty of things to keep in mind to ensure your renovation is as green as possible.

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Think Green: Biodegradable Materials

Think Green: Biodegradable Materials

An important part of thinking green is reducing the amount of waste we produce. An overlooked element of what makes something “eco-friendly” is its decomposition rate. It’s surprising to find out those conveniences we use every day stick around so long after we’re done with them, especially compared to their just-as-convenient alternatives.

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