Things are much more energy efficient than they used to be, from our vehicles to our light bulbs, and most of us practice the three R’s of Reducing, Recycling and Reusing. But now we have so much more…more vehicles, more technology, more everything… At first thought this may seem like a pretty easy question, but think about it for a minute, and then share your thoughts.
Do you think your carbon footprint is smaller than your parents’ or grandparents’?
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