Go Green

These days, the phrase "go green" can be found almost everywhere you turn. What does it mean? Well, incorporating new behaviors into your lifestyle — like recycling, composting, eating organic foods, driving less and walking or biking more, switching to compact fluorescent light bulbs, taking shorter showers and many more practices — are examples of ways to decrease the impact you have on the environment, or go green. Read about all of the ways to green your life here on MNN. (Photo: Flickr)

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