Take Action - Individuals
All Canadians contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, the actions of individual Canadians account for about 28% of Canada's total greenhouse gas emissions.
That's almost six tonnes per person per year. Every time we turn on a light, hop in the car, start up a computer, or do anything that uses energy, we are responsible for producing greenhouse gases.
But if we're part of the problem, we also can be part of the solution. At home, on the road, and at work, there are simple things we can do to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions - and save energy and money in the process!
How You Can Take Action Now
Some Simple Ways to Reduce Your GHG Emissions:
For other ideas, visit
the Conservation Council of New Brunswick's website - All Things Efficient.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 September 2010 12:24|