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How to Have a Green Christmas: Eco-Friendly Tips

By: Dana Byerwalter, Editor,
How to Have a Green Christmas Eco-Friendly Tips
How to Have a Green Christmas Eco-Friendly Tips
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Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but unfortunately it also can be a somewhat wasteful time of year. Between cutting down Christmas trees, using countless yards of giftwrap, and plugging in so many gorgeous Christmas lights, the energy bill goes up and the landfills grow after the holidays end.

Fortunately, we have some great tips for making this a more eco-friendly Christmas. In How to Have a Green Christmas: Eco-Friendly Tips, you'll discover some great ideas for saving money and saving the environment this season. Consider sending plantable Christmas cards, and don't throw out all of that gift wrap. By implementing a few of these great tips, you'll have a magical Christmas that helps the world in more ways than one.

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These are some great ideas but most kids toys require batteries. I wish they would find a eco way for kids toys to work. That would be great. Using a timer is a great idea as is reusing wrapping paper. My daughter does not wrap her gifts. She assembles them and puts them in front or under the tree with their name. She says Santa in movies or books do not wrap all the presents thus saving paper waste. For the adults I make a bag that they can put their small toys or adults can reuse for shopping or storing things thus no paper waste and I can use up my fabric. This is a great tutorial and some great things to do for our enviroment.


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