2. Use cloth diapers – Reusing is always greener than buying one use disposables. When the naysayers argue about energy used laundering diapers just ask them if they launder their panties and undergarments or if they buy new every time. Boom!
3. Think before you buy new – Do you NEED it? If the answer is no then don’t buy it. If the answer is yes look for the most ethical and durable choice with the least amount of packaging.
4. Make wise energy choices – It saves you money and it saves precious resources.
5. Save water – This is another money saver but it is also important with so many droughts throughout the world. Water if life.
6. Set up a home recycling center
7. Plant a garden or start a compost pile – Improving the soil is important and growing some or your own food makes you more self sufficient.
8. Buy something made from organic cotton
9. Buy green cleaning products and recycled paper products – They work just as good as their conventional counterparts.
10. Use home improvement as a green opportunity – Renovate to make things more efficient and more sustainable, not just more attractive.