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  1. El Zumbido del Cambio Climático

    Collectors Help Scientists Understand Climate Change.” Accessed September 18. ...

  2. For the Third Year in a Row, Earth Has Its Warmest Year on Record

    on Record Globally ”. Discover NOAA’s Selected Significant Climate Anomalies ...

  3. Small adjustments, big savings

    If 100 million U.S. homes set their thermostats a few degrees higher in the summer or lower in the winter, consumers would save $16 billion per year on utility bills. That is equal to preventing carbon pollution from the electricity use of more than 11 mi ...

  4. Give your computer a rest!

    If 100 million Americans put their computer and monitor to sleep when not in use, three billion kilowatt hours of electricity and more than four billion pounds of greenhouse gas emissions would be prevented, saving consumers $350 million every year on uti ...

  5. Put an end to energy vampires

    If 100 million Americans turned off or unplugged electronics when not in use, 12 billion kilowatt hours of electricity and more than 18 billion pounds of carbon pollution would be prevented, saving consumers more than $1 billion on utility bills. That is ...

  6. A bright idea to save energy

    If 100 million people replace one light bulb with an ENERGY STAR certified light bulb, five billion pounds of carbon pollution would be prevented every year, saving consumers $400 million annually on utility bills. That’s enough energy to light nearly two ...

  7. How much energy is in your trash?

    Recycling just one aluminum can save the amount of energy needed to power a laptop computer for five hours! Before you toss a household item in the trash can, find out if it can be recycled. Visit search.earth911.com to learn what you can recycle, how and ...

  8. Kick energy savings into high gear

    Biking benefits the environment…and your wallet. Leaving your car behind for even one trip saves gas and reduces air pollution. In 2014, traffic congestion in the US wasted more than three billion gallons of fuel. The total cost of all that congestion? $1 ...

  9. Get a lesson in air quality this school year

    Ten to 14 percent of personal vehicle trips made during peak morning commuting hours are taking kids to school. If you don't take the bus, help reduce morning traffic and protect air quality by carpooling, walking, or biking to school.  National Cent ...

  10. Día del Reciclaje en América

    La cantidad de desechos que generan los estadounidenses ha ido en aumento – de 3.66 libras por persona en 1980 a 4.4 libras por persona en el 2013 – pero también estamos reciclando y usando más abono orgánico. Hoy reciclamos cerca del 34% de nuestros deshe ...

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