Take public transportation (trains, buses, etc.)
Normally drive alone, but will carpool if it’s convenient. I also try to combine errands with my trips to and from work to save gas.
Walk or bike, duh.
Canned food, TV dinners, microwaveable meals – whatever is easiest.
Organic and free-range meats and fresh product – whatever is healthiest.
Basic ingredients for cooking – whatever is cheapest.
The latest electronic gadget
Funky or handmade items made by a friend
Eco-friendly cosmetics or products
Put them in the trash, duh.
Wrap them up to eat later.
Leftovers? What’s that?
Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Pushover Agency
Eco Police-State Authority
Neither. I’ve brought my own canvas shopping bag.
Both, please. And double bags!
Paper. At least it’s better than putting more plastic in a landfill for 5,000 years.
Walk over and turn it off
Go back to work – it’s not your problem!
Walk to the kitchen and get a can of soda.
Refill your reusable water canteen or water bottle.
Grab a cup from the kitchen – it’s your third cup today.
A fad that will pass, like all other fads
The new norm – everyone should be doing it
An important component of a sustainable company’s strategy