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I try not to breath as much.
I brought a bike.
denstudent, any vegetarians on this site won't be very happy with you.PS. or vegans or fruitarians etc.
Quote from: Chemistry4me on 13/03/2009 04:30:57I brought a bike. Everyone should have access to a bike!
I have access to five cycles.Four bicycles and one otto cycle.I like the otto cycle the best.Cheersjustaskin
I stand outside at least four hours a day and hold a mirror aloft to increase the Earths albedo. 
I recycle, use energy saving lightbulbs, don't leave anything on standby, have insulating and double glazing etc.To help prevention of global warming, it is necessary to lower emission of technical gases in atmosphere!However i would like to know what other people do to help prevent global global warming - that means you as well.If you don't do anything, here is some links to help you get started, because i would hate to try my best to help prevent global warming just for other people to do nothing. newbielink:http://www.buzzle.com/articles/global-warming-solutions.html [nonactive] newbielink:http://www.liveneutral.org/co2_reduction_tips [nonactive] newbielink:http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Do-Your-Part-to-Stop-Global-Warming/ [nonactive]I know companies do a lot of damage but if the everyday public do their bit at least it's a help.
However i would like to know what other people do to help prevent global global warming - that means you as well.
None of these actions does anything for global warming - they just make you feel good about (read superior) yourself.For me - I drive my caddy at 70 mph most of the time, BarBQ every night, leave all my lights on, sneak out early in the morning and put my neighbors' recycled into the trash bin, use only incandescent bulbs (bought a pant load before they were banned), have a picture of Al Gore painted on the bottom inside of my toilet, buy only non-recycled stuff and fart alot,
I decided to do what I know best: Inform people how to do it better (and live cheaper in the process). I put together a website to inform anyone in North America (and anyone else who cares) how to pollute less and use fewer resources in every way and in every area of life I could imagine. The site is called newbielink:http://www.polluteless.com [nonactive]. I am learning a lot more technical things every day though and will have to look it over again to make sure I am not giving bad advice.I also decided to make a game to teach people about environmental connections available to the public for free. It is called "Survival" and I developed it at my school based on two games called "Werewolf" or "Mafia". The kids love playing it and it usually makes at least a small bit of difference. The teachers who played it with me liked it a lot too. So far the pdf files have been downloaded mostly in Great Britain. Anyhow, if you are curious, it is here: newbielink:http://www.playsurvial.org [nonactive]And I stopped using the clothes drier, eat almost no meat, heat the house as little as possible, eliminated all air drafts in our old house and reduced our heating bill quite a bit, will soon move close enough to work to be able to bike, take 5 minute showers (occasionally not every day), and refuse to consume/buy what I do not absolutely need. I am afraid, I am bad for the economy though. And I am still far from where I want to be as a human being.