Exercise in natural surroundings: Exercises like walking, jogging, cycling, hiking or simple rhythmic body movements in natural surroundings is more healthy and refreshing than exercising in the gym. It also saves precious electric energy.
Stop Polluting water: Throwing chemicals in the trash or down the drain means they might end up back in your water supply and come back to haunt you.
Get a roommate: According to the research, people who live in one-person households are the biggest consumers of energy, land and household goods—such as washing machines, refrigerators, televisions and stereos—per capita.Get a roommate or find some other way to expand your household.
Borrow things: Instead of buying things which you only need once in a while, you can borrow things from your neighbor, people in your apartment, office or in any other network.
Go Green with Soy Candles: Soy candles are free of petroleum, unlike conventional wax candles, and are nearly soot-free so they won’t pollute the air in your apartment or leave those nasty smoke marks on your walls. They burn up to 50% longer than wax candles and cost about the same.