This is a page about how to help the environment. The Earth is our home, and we need to live here. If we don’t take care of our home, then we won’t survive. 
Each month, there will be a new idea on what you can do to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

This issue includes some green New Year’s Resolutions that will give the environment a “new beginning”. If everyone had one green New Year’s Resolution, the change would be huge! Be part of the solution and have an environmental–friendly start to 2013.
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  • Buy a reusable water bottle and always refill it with tap or filtered water instead of buying bottled water.
  • Always bring reusable bags when you go shopping.
  • Recycle your bottles and cans.
  • Recycle used magazines, newspapers, packaged food boxes, and old papers.
Making plastic for water bottles uses 17 million barrels of crude oil annually. That is enough fuel to keep 1 million vehicles on the road for 12 months!

From:   http://greenliving.nationalgeographic.com/water-bottle-pollution-2947.html

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  • Walk or ride your bike to places close to your home. Also, you can carpool with friends. This reduces the use of fossil fuels, which contribute to global warming.
  • Only buy a few paper books this year. Instead, go to a local library and borrow books, or get electronic books. This reduces the amount of trees cut down to make paper.
  • Ban paper napkins from your home. This reduces the amount of trees cut down to make wasted paper.
  • Unplug cords from wall outlets when you’re not using the electricity. This reduces the amount of wasted electricity.