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Ideas for reducing global warming:
Ride your bike.
Ride the TARC.
Walk to places.
Make your car more efficient.
Convert your car to bio-diesel.
Buy a hybrid car.
Work at home.
Go car free for a day.
Get rid of your car.
Buy a trailer for your bike.
Move closer to work.
Vacation close to home.
Travel by train or Greyhound.
Never fly again.
Take the 2 Mile Challenge.
Grow your own vegetables.
Eat a PBJ
Learn to can vegetables.
Use a solar stove.
Plant fruit trees and bushes.
Build a root cellar.
Become a beekeeper.
Buy milk in reusable bottles from a local dairy.
Get your own cows.
Learn to save heirloom seeds.
Make your lawn edible.
Learn to make jams and jellies.
Move to a plant-based diet.
Don't buy foreign foods.
Raise your own chickens.
Make your own beer and wine.
Learn to make soups and sauces.
Buy used clothing.
Learn to knit.
Learn to sew.
Buy a loom.
Make your own clothes.
Buy clothes made with organic cotton.
Buy locally made clothes.
Install solar panels.
Insulate your house.
Heat with a wood stove.
Add more insulation.
Convert your roof to a green roof.
Install a programmable thermostat.
Add weather stripping to doors and windows.
Get Energy Star doors and windows.
Use CFLs or LEDs for lighting.
Get rid of your air conditioners.
Count your kilowatts.
Put awnings on your home.
Install geothermal heating and cooling.
Learn to split wood.
Collect firewood in your neighborhood.
Learn to tolerate the cold and heat.
Open blinds in winter.
Close blinds in summer.
Wear more layers of clothing.
Wear less clothing.
Use a down comforter.
Cut wood with a hand saw and axe.
Plant more trees.
Request an energy audit.
Flush your toilet less.
Boycott plastic items.
Read library books.
Rent instead of buy, videos, equipment, etc.
Use a reel mower.
Install rain barrels.
Use low-flow showerheads.
Take a shower instead of a bath.
Take a shorter shower.
Put a brick in you toilet tank.
Get a solar water heater.
Use a handkerchief.
Use only fluorescent bulbs.
Dine by candlelight.
Run your dishwasher at night.
Use cloth grocery bags.
Turn appliances off when not in use.
Trade your desktop computer for a laptop.
Eliminate phantom loads with a power strip.
Don't heat or cool empty rooms.
Turn off lights when you leave the room.
Use natural lighting.
Install solar tubes.
Wash your clothes less often.
Only wash full loads.
Hand wash some of your clothes.
Wash your clothes in cold water.
Wrap your water heater with an insulating cover.
Use a clothesline.
Have fewer children.
Have a living will.
Make friends with your neighbors.
Have regular neighborhood pot luck dinners.
Buy a community car.
Host a front porch tuesday.
Share tools with neighbors.
Have regular block parties.
Start an eco-village.
Get your parents to move in with you.
Get your grown children to move back home.
Live in a smaller house.
Contact your congressperson.
Invest in alternative energy companies.
Invest in Green mutual funds.
Buy green credits.
Learn to play a musical instrument.
Join a contra dance group.
Play cards and board games.
Visit with neighbors.
Talk to people about sustainable energy.
Write articles or articles about sustainability.
Take courses at thePassionist Earth & Spirit Center.
Read books about the global warming and peak oil.
Teach by example.
Buy a hand-crank blender.
Use a hand-crank flashlight.
Install ceiling fans
Reduce your junk mail.
Buy energy efficient appliances.
Make homemade paper.
Reuse jars and bottles.
Disconnect the ice maker in your refrigerator.
Get rid of that extra refrigerator in your garage.
Clean with non-petrochemicals.
Use rags instead of paper towels
Use the Sunday comics to wrap presents.
Preheat your oven only 10 minutes or less.
Allow hot food to cool before it goes in the fridge.