Everyone produces carbon dioxide in their daily lives, but there are some simple ways to reduce your emissions. Here are a few examples:

Carpool or take public transportation: You can often get anywhere you need to go without driving. In cities, you can take public transit or ride a bike or an electric scooter. You can always organize a carpool with friends or coworkers outside of urban areas,. Plus, you’ll save on gas money.

Take shorter showers: The less hot water you use, the less energy you consume. Take shorter showers or use cooler water. Installing a low-flow showerhead is a great option to reduce the energy needed for a hot shower. The less hot water you use, the less energy you consume, lowering carbon emissions.

Use LED lightbulbs: LED lightbulbs are much more energy efficient than traditional bulbs. They can last up to 10 times longer than incandescent bulbs, saving you money in the long run.

Get Moving: April is Move More Month and a perfect time to enjoy the beautiful spring weather and get active! By riding bikes or scooters or even walking where you need to go, you can reduce your carbon footprint and get moving. Exercise improves not only your physical health but your mental health. Check out information about Move More Month here.

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