A constant theme has been growing in the green movement for years now, and as of late, has picked up some speed. Going green can be expensive. Though there are many aspects to eco-minded living that actually save money, there can be aspects of it that take you to the bank. Since being smart with your money is as important now as ever, how can a person be sure they are getting the biggest bang (or smallest foot-print) for their buck?
This question got us thinking, and we decided to approach the subject from a new angle. Since we know the level in which most people get involved with environmental causes has a lot to do with what they are limited by, we decided to take from a ‘one-shot’ type of approach.
So, the idea is this – if you only invested in one green initiative this year, what should it be? What actions make the biggest impact? Now don’t get us wrong, there are tons of small ways to make an impact, especially ones that add up over time. This is more for the big items on your list, the once-in-a-while choices that require more money and time than others.