It's easy being green!


is a familiar term that’s frequently used when talking about the future of our planet, but what exactly does being sustainable mean when it comes to daily life? In general, the term means being able to fulfill needs right now without making it harder to fulfill those needs in the future. For our planet, this means finding ways to use the resources around us in ways that have the smallest impact. From what we eat to how we travel, there are many ways to easily incorporate choices that both fill our needs and support our planet.

Earth-Friendly Eating

  • Plant a vegetable garden. It’s cheaper and better than mass-produced produce.
  • Shop local. Support your community and reduce emissions from shipping products.
  • Reduce meat eating. Meat farms
    are a top contributor to increased
    greenhouse gases.
  • Buy misfit produce. Eliminate food waste with the funky veggies that are thrown away.
  • Avoid single-use plastics. Limit your purchase of water bottles, cheese sticks, frozen meals, etc.
  • BYORB: Bring your own reusable bag.

Transform Your

  • Walk
  • Bike (try renting)
  • Carpool
  • Use public transportation
  • Work remotely when possible

Sustainable Shopping

  • Ask yourself: Can I get along without it? Can I make it myself? Can I buy it
  • Beware of ‘greenwashing’ as a green label doesn’t always mean good for the
  • Shop small businesses

Home Sweet Green Home

  • Insulate your home to ease your energy bill
  • Put your thermostat on a timer
  • Compost your scraps
  • Wash laundry with cold water
  • Install a low-flow shower head to save water
  • Swap lawn for native wildflowers, no-mow grass, or even moss

“When I’m taking action, I don’t feel like I am helpless and that things are hopeless, because then I feel like I’m doing everything I can.”

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