Build your real-life social network: Most of us get a kick out of traveling to new countries, but don't even know the people on our block. Make friends, trade recipes, swap garden seeds, or build a carpool with your local community members. Some of the most interesting people live near you, and all it takes is a conversation to begin connecting.Share your latest green ideas with like-minded people around the world.
Comment on green blogs: You can either write blog to support green living or comment with you green ideas to share with other readers.
Deliver bills online: Save paper by delivering bills and cash receipt of your customer to their email id. Bills especially in supermarket, grocery store and restaurants can be delivered to your customer's email id and reduce usage of paper for printing bills.
Buy rechargeable batteries: Buy rechargeable batteries instead of throwing away batteries into landfills. Batteries contain heavy metals like mercury, lead, cadmium and nickel. Household batteries, especially alkaline and button batteries, are the single largest source of mercury in our trash.
Borrow things and reduce waste: You can borrow things from your friends, relatives or neighbors instead of buying things which you need only once in a while.
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