If you’re trying to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle, then you probably know some of the first changes to make – like switching your lightbulbs, giving up bottled water, and walking or biking instead of driving whenever possible. But other simple swaps aren’t quite as obvious. Read on to see how changes in the way you eat, clean, garden, and travel can all help you use less energy.
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