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Beavan, his wife Michelle and their twoyearold daughter Isabella set out to produce no rubbish, use no paper and avoid all carbonfuelled transportation.



These city slickers, who used to get their coffee and doughnuts delivered every morning, enjoyed designer clothes and ate out regularly, embarked on a noimpact year that included turning off the power in their apartment, giving up television, coffee, toilet paper and much more.



Ive rarely heard of anything quite so radical except some alternativelifestyle hippies in the 1970s who went bush.



Beavan shows its possible to live a deepgreen lifestyle in the confines of an urban highrise apartment from which he had to run a cable connecting a solar panel on the roof to power his computer, in order to write a blog of the 12month experiment.



Most people I know have an ongoing plan to lead a green lifestyle and have found that cutting back on consumption saves money too.



More people are switching to organics to reduce pesticide use. More people are using a car less often and finding it improves their fitness.



Here are some green resolutions you might consider for the year ahead.



Buy less stuff and learn to live with less. Declutter and sell, give to charities or throw away.



Drive less even if it is one day each week use public transport and



walk more. Try car pooling w cheap coach handbags ith your neighbours or colleagues that live nearby.



Start saving now for more energy efficient devices and take advantage of government incentives to install alternative energy sources. Join the throng of Australians who have embraced solar hotwater systems, solar voltaic cells to power their houses, insulation, and waterefficient washing machines.



Be more energy efficient: Turn off electrical equipment when its not in use. Standby power accounts for up to 10% of household energy use, Energy Australia says. Home office and entertainment appliances are the worst offenders. Computers with a sleep mode consume 15 watts or less power, which is about 70% less electricity than a computer without powermanagement features.



Use recycled paper in the home printer and, yes, recycled toi cheap coach handbags let paper and paper towels. Overall, recycling paper uses about 60% less energy than cheap coach handbags making paper from new materials. A tonne of paper made from recycled fibre saves about 31 trees, 4000 kilowatt hours of electricity and up to 26,500 litres of water.



Australians spent about $500 million on bottled water in 2008, a 10% increase on 2007. Drink free from the tap and carry water in an easytowash steel thermos instead of a plastic bottle.



Take your own shopping bags to the supermarket with you.



Buy what you will actually eat. The equivalent of one in every seven food shopping bags gets tossed out. Greenhouse gases produced by rotting organic waste in landfill equals the total emitted by the Australian airline industry.



Grow your own. Its easy to put in a vegie patch or buy some pots and grow salad greens, tomatoes and herbs.



Seriously consider keeping chickens. More people have chooks in their backyards easy to look after and they eat slugs and snails. And theres the eggs!



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