What You Can Do
Wash cold and skip the dryer for a drying rack for a big impact.
Faculty, staff and students can all save landfill space by using a reusable mug and take- away clamshell.
You can help preserve water and energy by making simple changes to your routine.
Eating meat leaves a large environmental footprint. Shrink your footprint by reducing meat in your diet.
Make a difference with the bulbs you choose.
Choose zero-carbon commuting to do your part to freshen the air.
Reusable shopping bags can make a big difference.
Think before you print and double-side when you must.
Phantom energy continues even when your devices are turned off.
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If you have additional ideas, contact SSPEAR or the Roberts Environmental Center.