It is a moral obligation to conserve water and energy as a way to deal with climate change, protect our home, and support healthy land, water and wildlife now and for future generations. Simple everyday choices can have big impacts on the environment near and far. Find ways that you can conserve water and energy in your daily life. Waste not!

Use this Water Footprint Calculator to estimate your water use.

10 Easy Energy Saving Tips:
  1. Wash clothes in cold water
  2. Install a programmable thermostat
  3. Use curtains to block the hot sun or to allow warm rays
  4. Turn off lights, appliances and electronics not in use
  5. Use a power strip to turn off multiple items at once
  6. Change to new and improved light bulbs
  7. Look for the Energy Star label
  8. Use a special “blanket” on your water tank
  9. Weather seal windows
  10. Turn the heat down at night and when you’re not home
10 Easy Water Saving Tips:
  1. Use low-flow faucets and shower head
  2. Use a rain barrel to collect water
  3. Turn off water while washing hands, brushing teeth, and shaving
  4. Keep showers short
  5. Fix leaks and dripping facets quickly
  6. Run dishwasher and clothes washer only when full
  7. Collect running water while waiting for it to heat
  8. Use a toilet dam
  9. Plant drought-resistant lawns, shrubs and plants
  10. Use a broom instead of a hose to clean driveways and sidewalks

The Solutions Project has developed interactive maps and infographics for every U.S. state showing what going 100% renewable would look like (and what the benefits would be). Check out 100% Massachusetts!