Ten Things to Do on Earth Day

Earth Day is Sunday, April 22 and in honor of the "holiday" we've come up with a few ideas to help save the world -- for a day at least.

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Love the Earth? The do something to make the world a better place!
Love the Earth? The do something to make the world a better place!
Carpool -- Fit as many people as you can into that Hybrid to cut down on emissions during your daily commute. Plus, it'll save on gas money.
Clean out that closet -- There could be plenty of stuff that you just don't need, so why not donate it to the Purple Heart? There are plenty of people out there who'd appreciate it.
Plant a tree -- If Michelle Obama has time to get out there and install some new shrubbery, we're sure you do too.
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Pop in an energy efficient light bulb at your house. You'll do it once, forget about it, and it'll save tons of energy. Little changes go a long way!
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Get your bills via the Internet -- Signing up for paperless bills is a great way to save some trees. We know you don't like paying them, but you might as well do a good thing while you're at it.
Ride your bike to work -- Not only are you avoiding polluting the earth, but your saving money and getting exercise. Just make sure you wear a helmet.
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Grab a broom and get sweeping -- Philly needs some major spring cleaning, and what better a way to do it, then to get out there and help clean your block?
Crack open a window -- Heaters and air conditioners run constantly and require alot of energy. Weather permitting -- why not open up a window to catch a nice breeze?
Go outside and play -- Instead of sitting in front of a computer all day or watching TV, grab a friend and go for a walk, have a catch or go fishing.
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Take all of those aluminum cans and silver tabs to the nearest recycling center. Not only are you doing your part to cut down on trash, but you can also make a few dollars doing it!
Earth is home to all of us, no matter what. So let's treat it right every day, and not just once a year. Happy Earth Day!
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