16. Monitor the Thermostat
Listen, we’re not saying ignore your thermostat altogether. For most people, that isn’t even a remote possibility. But paying closer attention to how you’re setting the thermostat throughout the day (and year) will significantly impact your carbon footprint. Do your wallet and the planet a favor by changing the temperature by a degree or two when you’re home (depending on the season), and turn it off altogether when you’re out and about. You can even get a smart thermostat, like the Nest, that will help you control your home’s temperature more efficiently.
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