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Pledge to Cut Your Carbon Footprint

Your impact on climate change primarily comes from: what you eat, how you power your homes and mobile devices, and how you travel from place to place. The average US citizen emits 20 tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year due primarily to these activities. (This is ten times the emissions from the average person in India, for example.)

Can you commit to cutting your carbon footprint?

I can commit to reducing my carbon footprint by taking a hard look the footprint of my food, the electricity I use, and how I get from place to place. I can start making an impact right away by committing to the following:

  • Food
    • I will set a goal of reducing the food waste in my home from its current levels.
    • I commit to only buying what I need and eat what I buy!

  • Electricity
    • I will check out solar panels or look into community solar projects in my area
    • I will look into options to switch to renewable energy from my utilities company.

  • Transportation
    • I commit to reducing the fossil fuel impact of my daily commute to work or school by walking, riding my bike, carpooling, or using public transportation one or more days per week.

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