Thursday, October 10, 2013

Jewcology: Turn off the TV

Action: Replace 2 hours of watching TV per week with an energy-free activity.
By replacing 2 hours of watching TV per week with an electricity-free activity (like going for a walk or reading a book outside), you can reduce your energy consumption. You’ll also get an extra two hours in your week! Try a hike—through the woods or around your neighborhood, playing tennis or basketball at a nearby court, a trip to the library, or other items on your to-do list. You are saving energy and improving your quality of life—enjoy! 
Online Tool:
Writer and activist Michael Bluejay’s online electricity saving guide provides a TV energy use calculator, as well as a guide to TV energy use: 
By taking this action you can save approximately 15 kWh in a year.  Learn more about our assumptions in the Year of Action.
Take this action now on your individualized My Savings page. (You must be logged in to Jewcology to access this page.  Not yet a member?  It's free and easy to join!)

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