Do a home energy audit, better
insulate your home and reduce your power bill.
When you need to replace appliances
or autos, look for efficient models.
Consider cost-effective energy
improvements at work like Energy-Star computers and copiers.
Reduce trips. Combine errands.
Carpool to work, meetings, and dance lessons. Telecommute a day a week.
Try compact fluorescent lights.
They cost more initially but their long term cost is better and they dont need to be
changed as often.
Live near your work and help make a
"walkable" community in your area.
Install water-saving fixtures in
your home and cut off the shower while soaping up.
Plant trees and vegetation to help
filter air pollution.
Volunteer to help with the
Councils Clean Air Campaign.
Stay informed. Look for future
articles in this series on how to "Clear the Air" as you save money and improve
quality of life.