Heating Up [Blog Action Day]

If you’re anything like me I’m sure you’ve noticed that each year we are having colder winters and hotter summers. Why is this? Well I’m not a meteorologist, environmentalist, or scientist but the ones I know all say it has to do with climate change. Climate change just happens to be the topic of Blog Action Day 2009 (http://blogactionday.org.)

I don’t know a lot on the subject of climate change, I do however, know that it’s not a good thing. I have decided maybe the best approach would be to list five (5) count them 5 things you can do in your to help stop climate change.

  1. Change your light bulbs to energy star (energy effective) bulbs. Even though this is just a small step if everyone does it we can save a ton of energy in the years to come.

  2. Reduce, reuse, and recycle, the three R’s that I know you’ve heard before. By collectively taking these steps we make the planet a brighter place.

  3. Take the bus, I know the bus is a pain but by taking it you are helping reduce the amount of carbon emissions in the are and creating cleaner air. For those of you who refuse carpooling is also an option.

  4. Look for “ENERGY STAR” certified products. These products have been certified to reduce the amount of energy they use.

  5. Conserve water, it takes a lot of energy to purify then get the water to you, heating the water is also an issue. Reducing the amount of water you use is just another way to help save energy.

Source: for more information on ways you can reduce energy and help prevent climate change http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/wycd

Most importantly make sure you spread the word about climate change, by telling your friends and family you can make a difference in their lives as well.

2 thoughts on “Heating Up [Blog Action Day]

  1. Thats some mighty good advice, why didnt i think about blogging that? :d
    Do you know if “Energy star” can be found in Sweden?
    Awesome site/blog in general! Keep it up!

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