Earth Day is April 22.
The Earth Day Network has an interactive activity on their Web site that allows you to “measure” your ecological footprint. Your footprint is determined by the amount of natural resources you consume, given where and how you live.
To celebrate Earth Day, you don’t need to buy the T-shirt. You can join the Environment in a Day projectby taking a picture of your environment on Sunday and uploading it to flicker.
When you live a less-cluttered life, you also contribute less damage to the environment. Thinking about the amount of stuff you buy, eat and use, along with how far it travels, is a good start.
Can you commit to changing your habits this year? Can you use less water or electricity? What about driving less or buying fewer packaged foods? Click on Post a Comment, below, and tell us how you can help improve the environment.
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