Recommit to Your New Year's Resolutions
The act of making New Year’s resolutions has existed for over 4,000 years, but so has the act ... read more »
Getting into better shape is the most common New Year’s resolution. Whether you’re ... read more »
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New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be just about bettering yourself; you can also resolve to make the planet a better place to live. These sites show you products and behaviors that can reduce your ecological footprint and help the environment.
- Benefit from green incentive programs. Check the Web site of your local utility company to see what tax credits or rebates are available for your eco-friendly investments. Your power company’s Web site can also be a good source for energy-saving tips.
- Replacing your burnt-out standard light bulbs with compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs is a relatively easy and inexpensive way to reduce your energy usage (and costs). It’s often best to save the money and fuel on shipping by buying CFL bulbs at real-world hardware, home, or discount stores instead of online.