How to Live Green: Tips for Reducing Your Carbon Footprintby Lou Diamond
Since we all breathe the air that is out there,
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With all the information out there in the news and on the internet most people are at least aware of pollution problems. The issue is more serious in some areas but the fact remains that we all contribute to it. The concern is that with more people on Earth now and more pollution, we are harming our environment.
Since we all breathe the air that is out there, what is in it should be a top concern for each of us. Yet many of us carry on with our lives without giving it a second thought. Each of us has the power to make some positive changes.
The efforts of only one person over the course of their lifetime will significantly reduce the amount of pollution out there. Teaching children from a young age what they can do and why will allow that process to continue for the next generation.
We also have the responsibility to let the government and businesses know that we expect them to take action — to implement ‘living green’ concepts and pass laws that limit the amount of pollution that can be emitted by manufacturers as well as by individual vehicles on the roads.
If you are ready to start living green and to do your part to reduce the carbon footprints you have placed on this Earth, it is time to learn about the various ways you can do so. It is never too late to make some positive changes to your behaviors so that you can live healthier and so can everyone around you.
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