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  • poorvi venugopal recycled phone books
    Some 1.4 billion movie tickets alone are sold in the United States annually—and almost every one of them goes to waste.
    64 days ago
    Reward Points 85 MG Score 1
  • poorvi venugopal recycled old newspaper
    Direct mail is a very efficient marketing medium and it shows in its response rates, which are typically measured in whole, single or even... More
    64 days ago
    Reward Points 85 MG Score 1
  • Sue Mueller took bath every other day
    You could save upto 70 % of the water you would typically use as evaporation would be minimal and you would water only the base of the plant as opposed to leaves and foliage.
    66 days ago
    Reward Points 318 MG Score 29
  • Rishi Kabra took shorter shower
    Water regulates the Earth’s temperature.
    72 days ago
    Reward Points 2299 MG Score 88
  • Rishi Kabra took the stairs instead of elevator
    The United States uses $1 million worth of energy every minute.
    77 days ago
    Reward Points 2299 MG Score 88
  • Rashma Anand has shared a story

    Green Cleaning Is…Well Clean Cleaning

    It always amazes me that when it comes to cleaning products, many of us end up using soaps and cleaners which are nothing but a bunch of chemicals put together. How can we call it ‘clean’, when we are subjecting ... More»
    186 days ago
    Reward Points 60
  • Rashma Anand has shared a story

    Green Cleaning Is…Well Clean Cleaning

    Story Content More»
    186 days ago
    Reward Points 60
  • Sue Mueller air dried dishes after a wash
    Around 50 per cent of all the heat lost in an average home is through the loft space and walls.
    313 days ago
    Reward Points 318 MG Score 29
  • Parinita Jithendra avoided styrofoam and used peanuts & plastic bubble wrap for packaging
    A steel mill using recycled scrap reduces water pollution, air pollution, and mining waste by about 70 percent.
    352 days ago
    Reward Points 105 MG Score 22
  • Parinita Jithendra carpooled to school
    In the year 1997 alone, the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere increased by 2.87 ppm; this increase is more than any other year on record.
    353 days ago
    Reward Points 105 MG Score 22
  • Venessa Janse van Vuuren recycled aluminum Can
    In 2005, 35.8 thousand tonnes of used aluminium cans were collected across Australia - that's 244.3 million cans!
    374 days ago
    Reward Points 60 MG Score 4
  • Venessa Janse van Vuuren bought loose, unwrapped candy
    Asthma among pre-school children is at epidemic levels, increasing 160 percent between 1980-1994, more than twice the national average. Higher... More
    374 days ago
    Reward Points 60 MG Score 4
  • Vishal Gangwal skipped ATM receipt
    The paper industry is, after chemical and steel manufacturing, the third-largest source of greenhouse gas emissions from the manufacturing sector... More
    377 days ago
    Reward Points 55 MG Score 0
  • RP Nigam bought an energy efficient refrigerator
    Auto defrost:Prevents the build up of frost in your fridge, so there’s no need to defrost it yourself, thus saving you time.
    404 days ago
    Reward Points 65 MG Score 8
  • shilpayahoo Kabra used public transportation
    In just 200 years, the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere has increased by 30%.
    409 days ago
    Reward Points 90 MG Score 3
  • John Stephenopolis vanpooled to work
    Rampant deforestation currently causes 20% of the world’s global warming pollution by prohibiting the reabsorption of CO2.
    443 days ago
    Reward Points 110 MG Score 5
  • Sumanta Chakraborty installed solar panels
    In the UK people receive sufficient sunshine to provide up to 70% of our annual domestic hot water needs from a well designed solar installation... More
    453 days ago
    Reward Points 66 MG Score 0
  • Sumanta Chakraborty air dried dishes after a wash
    Earth Hour was conceived by WWF and The Sydney Morning Herald in 2007, when 2.2 million residents of Sydney participated by turning off all... More
    453 days ago
    Reward Points 66 MG Score 0
  • John Stephenopolis used reusable coffee mug

    The amount sustained in the recreational fishing industry by the great lakes is $ 350 million

    473 days ago
    Reward Points 110 MG Score 5
  • Katelyn Harrington turned the tap off while brushing teeth
    Each Briton uses about 150 litres of tap water a day, but if you include the amount of water embedded within products, our water consumption increases to about 3400 litres a day
    491 days ago
    Reward Points 55 MG Score 0
 
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