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 April: Face the Addiction
 May: Examine Yourself
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 April: Celebrate Your Impact


April: Celebrate Your Impact

April 1st: Encourage your household to recycle motor oil from cars and lawn mowers. Call your local authorities to find the most eco-friendly place to dispose of it.

April 2nd: Defrost your freezer. It will run more efficiently and save your household money.

April 3rd: Unplug the chargers and save money. Reduce your electricity bill by unplugging chargers for your cell phone, digital camera, and MP3 player.

April 4th: The cheapest and most environmentally-sound way of drying your clothes will always be to hang them out to dry.

April 5th: Turn off the water between shampooing and conditioning your hair. A simple turn of the knob can save up to 50 gallons of water a week.

April 6th: Turn off your air conditioner and invest in a few fans. Fans use only one tenth of the energy air conditioners do.

April 7th: If you must drive, get your car serviced regularly and properly replace old parts. Old car batteries contain lead and acid and must be disposed of properly to avoid polluting.

April 8th: Prevent waste by reviewing drafts of your school reports on screen. When you do press print, make sure you use recycled paper.

April 9th: Next time you celebrate with a little retail therapy, look for clothes made from organic fabrics. Their production is less harmful on our land.

April 10th: Public transportation is your ticket to a relaxed, efficient commute. One bus can take 40 passenger cars off the road, decrease congestion, and vastly improve air quality.

April 11th: Buy organic soaps and dishwashing detergents to avoid polluting your hometown's water supply.

April 12th: Every ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees, 7,000 gallons of water, and the energy equivalent of 380 gallons of oil.

April 13th: You can reduce the volume of your trash by 80% simply by collapsing packaging, and composting organic waste.

April 14th: Spring clean this season with reusable rags made of old T-shirts instead of wasteful paper towels.

April 15th: Set your refrigerator to 40F and the freezer to 5F to save up to 5% of energy consumption.

April 16th: Recycle mindfully by sorting your recyclables. Environmental action starts with you.

April 17th: This Earth Day, treat yourself to an organic snack of fresh fruits and vegetables. If you won't do it for your mother, do it for Mother Earth.

April 18th: Volunteer to educate your class on global warming. Explain its impact on your daily lives and your future, and create a plan of action.

April 19th: Take action this Earth Day. Rally with your friends to demand clean energy policies from your school, community, and politicians. Take action this Earth Day. Rally with your friends to demand clean energy policies from your school, community, and politicians.

April 20th: Don't wait for your parents to do something. Find out what you can do to curb global warming and seize this opportunity for your entire generation.

April 21st: Earth Day is tomorrow. What will you do to save the only planet we'll ever have?

April 22nd: Celebrate Earth Day 2007. Volunteer at a local clean-up effort and put your muscles behind an environmental cause.

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