Household Climate Solutions
Be a part of the solution and take action now to reduce your carbon footprint!
Trees provide crucial shade, pollution protection, and groundwater benefits. No surprise then, that many local governments, such as in Los Angeles County and City, and Sacramento, give away free trees or offer planting services.
Don't throw it away! By donating unused food, you're helping feed people and reduce landfill emissions. Visit this site to find a list of food rescue organizations near you.
home from wildfire.
Taking measures to harden your home and create defensible space around it significantly helps increase your homes chance of survival when wildfire strikes.
Assess your home energy consumption.
This simple CPUC home energy audit site can show how much energy your home consumes and offers tips on changes to improve its electrical efficiency.
Hack your thermostat
Setting your thermostat 7 to 10 degrees from its normal setting in warmer and cooler months, you'll save money and reduce your pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. This can reduce your heating and cooling emissions by 10%, saving money every year.
Save energy through
Energy Upgrade California provides you a variety of ways to save energy and water. Your utility and municipality may also provide rebates and other resources to help you take action.
Switch to LED bulbs
LED light bulbs can last 25 times longer, while using 75 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs. That adds up to more than $100 in savings for most families each year.
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