Act On Climate
Climate change is a serious threat to the health and welfare of American families. We're taking common-sense action to reduce carbon pollution and promote a cleaner energy economy. Meanwhile, many families, communities, businesses, and states are taking action to reduce carbon pollution. For Earth Month, we're sharing 30 tips to help you act on climate. Help us spread the word! Repin these tips and share them with your friends and family.
Switching to cold water while doing your laundry can save you $40 annually & help you #ActOnClimate
Try the Energy Star home energy yardstick to learn how to increase your energy efficiency, save up to 20% annually on bills and #ActOnClimate.
Walk the walk. Give your car a break and consider using sustainable alternatives to help save energy and #ActOnClimate.
Composting food and yard waste reduces garbage in landfills and carbon pollution. Try it for yourself and #ActOnClimate!
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. We know you’ve heard it before – but did you know it’s a way to #ActOnClimate?
Earth Day, April 22 | US EPA
This just leaked to the press! Fix household leaks and conserve water, energy and #ActOnClimate.
Run your dishwasher with a full load only to prevent 100 lbs of carbon pollution and save $40 annually on utility bills. #ActOnClimate
Try a programmable thermostat to save on your energy bills and reduce carbon pollution. #ActOnClimate
Shower better to save 2,900 gallons of water annually and #ActOnClimate.
Remember car maintenance. A well-maintained car is more fuel efficient and produces less carbon pollution! #ActOnClimate