How Green Is Your Life?
Check all that apply to you or that you agree with.
Whenever possible, you walk, bike, or use public transportation.
You shop at farmers markets or try to buy local produce.
You put on a sweatshirt or sweater before you consider turning up the heat.
You buy things second hand.
You try to cut down on paper by doing things electronically.
You recycle whenever possible.
You turn off lights after you leave a room.
You try to buy from companies that are earth friendly.
You have a backyard or container garden.
You try to combine car trips to minimize driving.
You avoid genetically modified food.
You bring your lunch to work or school.
You try to only buy things you need.
You buy from local businesses.
You shop with a cloth grocery bag.
You don't litter.
You donate things you don't need - instead of throwing away.
You only use air conditioning when absolutely necessary.
You hang out your wet clothes instead of using the dryer.
You telecommute for work or school projects whenever it's possible.
You try to buy things without or with very little packaging.
You use the library instead of buying books or magazines.
You unplug electronics that aren't in use.
You donate to green or environmental causes.
You buy earth friendly cleaning and bathroom products.
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