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Here's what people just like you are doing
“I pledge to continue not wasting water, using my shopping bag (not plastic), always shutting down my system when I am done using it, using less toilet paper, and walking as much as possible, as I do everyday!”- Parvathy
“Riding my bike to my parents house instead of driving.”
“I pledge to go greener by eating more greens...”
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“Recycling all of my household items, by making my parents recycle which is no easy task!”- Michelle
“I pledge to go greener by using less toilet paper--which I have been doing already this year! Sounds silly, eh?”- Stephanie
“I continue my commitment to recycle, reuse, and conserve resources to save the planet. I continue to eat organic and local as much as possible. I continue to reduce plastic waste by using my own shopping bags.”- Melanie
“ Rain water for outdoor plants. Re-usable bags. Cut back on the AC.”- Cheryl
“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle :-)”- Isabelle
“Composting all vegetative matter that we generate in the house and using it in my gardens.”- Val
“I bought a water filter & I drink out of glass instead of using & buying the small plastic bottles.”- Lola
“By not using plastic.”- Rita
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We'll donate $1 to The Conservation Fund for every pledge to go greener.
And you'll be entered to win one of six $50 Gaiam Gift Coupons
Make your pledge now!
Think of the good we can do together! By pledging to make a change for a greener world, you’re part of a mini revolution for good. When you share your pledge to go greener, you’ll automatically be entered to win one of six $50 Gaiam gift coupons, and Gaiam will donate $1 to Go Zero. One winner will be selected every week for six weeks, starting on Earth Day, April 22, 2011.
Help us help the Conservation Fund!
With each Go Zero contribution, The Conservation Fund plants new trees, which will absorb thousands of tons of carbon dioxide over their lifetime.
With your support, we’ve purchased more than 125,000 trees.
These trees are planted across 352 acres that will help trap 97,342 tons of carbon dioxide over their lifetime.