Think about satya, or truthfulness. Are you honestly doing all that you can do, or are you doing only what's convenient for you? Can you make a deeper commitment?
Try these tips:
Use elbow grease, not appliances. You can save 700 tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year by line-drying your clothes in the spring and summer instead of using the dryer. Even better, generate your own electricity by purchasing a Human Power Generator, a stationary-bike-style contraption that allows you to supplement your electricity with your own sweat!
Green your computer. A new electronics rating system developed by the Green Electronics Council, a nonprofit group in Portland, Oregon, can help you choose a computer based on its environmental effects, including energy efficiency.
Park your car. Ride a bike or take public transportation instead.
Volunteer your time. Many organizations could use your creativity and energy to tackle the environmental problems we all face.
Invest your money wisely. Investigate options that allow you to support companies working toward sustainability.