Sunday, December 21, 2008

Tips for having a "green" Christmas: both eco-friendly and money wise

A "green" Christmas can be good for your wallet as well as the Earth, according to environmentalists who advocate doing more with less. "We're suggesting cutting back 20 percent. Twenty percent in gifts, 20 percent in greeting cards, 20 percent in gift wrap, 20 percent in miles traveled," says Peter Sander, co-author of Green Christmas: How to Have a Joyous, Eco-Friendly Holiday Season. The result would be a trimmer holiday budget.
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1 comment:

Huntington Beach real estate said...

My wife and I recently purchased a home in the area and spent our first Christmas in Huntington Beach. We were raised to be eco-conscience and you’re absolutely right in that going green can save you money, especially during the holidays. I’d like to see more people go green in the coming years and I think they will since it seems to be a hot topic these days.