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100 Ways You Can Improve the Environment

Use this resource to find 100 different ways to conserve energy, reduce toxicity, decrease greenhouse gases, create less trash, and protect our air and water in our homes, yards, and offices.
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How can you improve Earth's health? The earth faces numerous environmental crises caused by pollution and other impacts from human beings. Here is an excellent resource for those who are concerned about making the environment a healthier place. Use this resource to find 100 different ways to conserve energy, reduce toxicity, decrease greenhouse gases, create less trash, and protect our air and water in our homes, yards, and offices. Remember the three R's: reduce, recycle, reuse!

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