Late summer days mean fun in the sun – kids running through sprinklers, building sandcastles, and playing at the park. Unless it’s so hot, you’re mostly looking at the outdoors through the window of an air-conditioned house.
Cars are ingrained in modern life. We rely on them to get to work, visit family and for travel. Unfortunately, modern transportation relies heavily on petroleum, contributing 14 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions. Electric vehicles (EVs) offer a low-carbon alternative to gasoline-powered vehicles...
Little things add up. Switching off the lights when you leave a room, adjusting your thermostat when you go to work, or running your washing machine on cold all can save energy, save money, and help the environment.
Take a moment to absorb this shocking statistic: 34 million tons of food in the United States is thrown away every year. Reducing U.S. food waste by just 15 percent would help feed an estimated 25 million Americans, or roughly half of those who don't have access to enough food.
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