When renting a car, request a hybrid if they are available. You’ll save on gas & do good for the planet.

As much as possible, buy and eat organic produce and organic free-range foods to reduce your exposure to pesticides.

By integrating carpooling, public transit or telecommuting into their daily commutes, Americans could save more than $1,800 annually.

The UN estimates that if Americans ate one plant-based meal per week – just one meal,  the environmental impact would be equivalent to taking 5 million cars off the road.

Reduce your idling & decrease emissions — turn off your car when waiting in line for the valet.

Have a baby? Make your own baby food. It’s cheaper, fresher & better for the environment!

Instead of throwing away catalogs you receive in the mail, call the company and ask to be removed from future mailings.

When stopping for coffee in the morning bring a reusable mug. Refills are cheaper & no trash to throw away!

When painting, look for paints that contain low or no VOCs (volatile organic compounds).

Replace toxic home cleaners with a mixture of baking soda and vinegar. Lemons are also great for cleaning!