The world we live in today, as to say the one we lived in 15 or 20 years ago, has become much more conscious of the way it treats the environment. We now know that the only way to save the planet is to prevent as many toxins or pollutions from hitting the air. No harm can come to environment if we stop it from happening first, right? Instead of renting a car or uber driver to transport you, take public transit. Use cleaning supplies that don't have dangerous chemicals in them. Recycle your old batteries and don't throw them in the garbage bin in your condo unit.

Those are just a few ways you can save the environment. Driving has become a major hot topic in recent times when it comes to helping save the environment. More and more people are coming out against driving to and from work, school, or home and instead they are focusing on ways to cut back on harmful emissions. Increasingly popular methods of transportation include biking, taking public transportation, and walking. Each one of those is more environmentally friendly than driving your car everyday.

Not everybody has time to walk or bike to work or the patience to take public transportation. However, if you are interested in doing your part to help save the environment but don't like any of the above suggestions we mentioned then we do have one more idea. Carpooling. Not only does carpooling to and from work, home or school reduce harmful emissions it also helps you save gas money. Carpooling has become a popular idea amongst people trying to be more eco-friendly but who still need to drive and starting a carpool to work or school group is pretty easy. All you have to do is round up a group of people who are willing to take turns driving everyone on certain days to and from work or school. We would like to extend our gratitude to our many sponsors that make our website possible.

If the company you work for is up for it, ask him or her if it's okay to put up a carpool sign up sheet in the office. That way whoever is interested in joining the carpool can just sign up themselves and not feel like they're being forced to do something they don't want to. Everyone who signs up for the carpool just has to pitch in some gas money and then you can coordinate a schedule to see who can drive on which day. Once you get that figured out you can start your carpool group. An extra added bonus is that on the days you're not the driver of the carpool you can spend a few extra moments in bed relaxing..

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