Fortunately, some of the best ways to lower your carbon footprint will also save you a lot of money. Two great examples are reducing energy consumption at home, and fuel consumption in your commute. Some energy-saving renovations such as new windows, insulation, or adding solar panels obviously require an initial input of cash but government grants and tax credits can help offset much of the cost–and you immediately start saving money in heating and cooling your home. If you drive in a personal vehicle for most of your commuting and errands you are already aware how much gasoline can cost. Carpooling, taking mass transit, biking or walking to work will all save you money in fuel and car repairs.
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