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Jillian Frye

Another easy way to save trees is to go to paperless billing. Here are just a few facts to show your organization:
Over the course of 1 year, by turning off paper the average household can
- Save 6.6 pounds of paper
- Save 0.079 trees
- Conserve 4.5 gallons of gasoline that would be used to mail bills, statements and payments
- Avoid the release of 63 gallons of waste water into the environment
- Avoid producing 171 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions

Check out websites like www.payitgreen.org and www.ebillplace.com for more info and to use their "Green Calculators" to see exactly how much of an impact your actions have on the environment

A Reed

There is a website called http://www.climateculture.com/ that is an online interactive place for you to calculate your eco-footprint. Its also a kind of facebook for climate where people can meet other people who care about warming.

You input answers to all sorts of questions (like you mentioned, how much you drive or fly, what types of appliances you use, what types of foods you eat, ect) and it calculates your carbon footprint.

It ALSO has a function where you make commitments to be more sustainable and it tells you how much you reduce your carbon use.

Sahana

In my opinion “If we humans continue to exploit at the way we are then after few decades all living creators will become extinct, if on other hand human beings become extinct then all living beings will thrive on earth”. If we do not start working towards act of cleaning then Mother Earth has her own ways to deal with these issues.

The awareness is rising, slow but steady. It is up to us to get involved even if it means one thing at a time.

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