A collection of things I do to help save energy, the environment, and money.
Most of meat production is a terrible waste of energy and environment. This includes dairy products, due to the methane produced by ruminants. In addition to vegetables, I eat free-range fish which is plentiful and a good source of protein and essential fatty acids.
Telecommute whenever possible. Don't print stuff if you can read it online.
Why produce plastic-metallic discs and cardboard boxes, and haul these around the globe burning fossil fuels, when you can just use the Internet?
Don't buy a book just to read it once. Try to pass it on, in case it's not useful as a reference. Exercise your private copying rights, when it comes to music CDs from friends or libraries.
Don't encourage the wasting of resources into reinventing the wheel and keeping secrets. Use opensource software and operating systems instead. They tend to waste less energy when running as well, and don't require the latest monster machines.
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Don't watch TV. Read a good book. Support local independent artists. Learn to enjoy small things.
Learn to fix broken things instead of throwing them away. Look around you for useful free stuff, such as magazines in waste paper collection bins.
Learn what's good for you and for the environment. Make informed decisions. Think about what you need and want before buying. Trust no one. But nevertheless, consider looking at these links: