Tips For A "Greener" Autumn

LighterFootprint has compiled a list of things you can do during the fall to help lower your impact during the winter. Lowering your impact usually means lowering your energy costs, so it’s a good idea to pay attention to these tips even if you hate the planet and want it to melt.

Nothing groundbreaking here—just a friendly reminder that acting now will save you money later.

A Dozen Tips for a Greener Autumn [Lighter Footstep via Digg]
(Photo:Clearly Ambiguous)


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  1. SybilDisobedience says:

    Neat photo.

  2. CoffeeAddict says:

    The tips from lighter footstep are very good. I really like the ones for the car, and the house. I don’t really have a yard but those may be good sometime soon as we are planning on buying a house soon, and saving money and the environment is always a good thing.

  3. WV.Hillbilly says:

    I always look forward to fall.
    I can get out my leaf blower, blow all the leaves into a big pile and burn them.

    There’s no need to change to a winter oil in your car. That’s why there’s multi-grade oil. You know, the 10W/30. Whattaya think that W stands for?
    What’s next? Changing the air in your tires to winter air?