Three Reasons to Care about Your Carbon Footprint

>> Tuesday, January 5, 2010

1) Climate change wrecks all the fun.

2) Climate change is a human issue.

3) Climate change is a national security issue.

Who cares about carbon footprints?

:: My Low-Carbon Diet: From gas gluttony to fuel fitness in three weeks @ The Sierra Club: The author attempts to shrink his carbon footprint in three weeks.

:: Shrink Your Impact, Offset the Rest @ Green America: The low-down on the most reputable ways to offset your carbon footprint.

:: The Low Carbon Diet @ Time Magazine: Another look at one person's attempt to reduce her carbon footprint.

:: Reduce Your Carbon Footprint by Half in Three Easy Steps @ Planet Green: Become a weekday vegetarian, buy green power, and cut three flights a year.

:: In Which I Argue that It's Okay to Compromise @ arduous blog: Arduous reminds us that we shouldn't forget our relationships as we try to reduce our carbon footprints.

:: Climate Change: Life's Little Convenience Charge @ The Green Phone Booth: A look at "the enormous convenience fee called Climate Change that Mother Nature has put upon us for all of the things we think are supposed to make our lives easier."

:: Lessening Your Family's Footprint: Goal Setting @ EnviroMom: Set goals to reduce your carbon footprint.

:: Your 'family footprint' in the midst of chaos @ Going Green Mama: Make an impact on our carbon footprints by working on our family and community relationships.

:: Do You Have to Change Your Life Entirely in Order to Stop Climate Change @ One Green Generation: Have you found your reason to make a change? Any change is better than no change.

:: Why I Drive a (Very Small) SVU & Why It's Still Sort of Green @ The Greenists: Green decisions are rarely easy.

Why do you care?


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