Turn off your lights whenever you leave the room.
The most simple thing you can do is turn off the lights when you leave the room. According to a survey, 90% of Americans say that someone in their household forgets to turn the lights off when they leave a room. 49% of responders said they leave the lights on in the kitchen, and 28% said they forget to turn off the bathroom lights. Additionally, 27% said their bedrooms were problem areas for them, and 26% said it was the living room they forgot about most.
Get a water-saving showerhead.
According to leafscore, replacing one showerhead with a WaterSense labeled model can save up to 2,700 gallons of water annually and the equivalent electricity needed to power that home for 11 days.
Opt for recycled toilet paper that is free of plastic packaging.
The roll of toilet paper in your bathroom that you don’t think about actually contributes to a large portion of deforestation around the world.
Opt for bicycling instead of driving everywhere.
Riding a bike also reduces traffic congestion.
Try buying your produce from your local farmer's markets instead of regular grocery stores.
Local markets give you the chance to not only have the best of what's in season, but it's also significantly more nutritious.
When shopping for clothing - buy second-hand clothing when possible.
Thrifting is great for the environment because it keeps clothes out of landfills and reduces carbon and chemical pollution.