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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Water footprint I currently use more water than average in my home, for energy, and for my stuff. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 January February March April May June July Home Energy (32.2%) Driving & Flying (51.9%) Food & Diet (12.5%) Recycling & Waste (3.4%) 265 824 1,163 272 2,524 Home Diet Energy All Stuff U.S. average My score (gallons/day) Carbon footprint Carbon footprint Water, Carbon and Ecological footprints My Personal Footprints 100 1,056 700 232 2,088 Ways to reduce -It takes about 70 gallons of waterto fill a bathtub, so showers are generally the more water-efficient way to bathe. Ena Hodzic -If you use a low-flow showerhead, you can save 15 gallons of water during a 10-minute shower. -The average pool takes 22,000 gallonsof water to fill, and if you don't cover it, hundreds of gallons of water per month can be lost due to evaporation. -It takes about 100 gallons of water to grow and processa single pound of cotton,and the average Americangoes through about 35 poundsof new cotton material each year.Do you really need that additional T-shirt? Ways to reduce -Use public transport or carpool if you can,instead of driving your own car. This is becausethe amount of pollution created when you drive by yourself (as opposed to carpooling or drivingothers) can be as bad as taking the plane -the slightest reduction in meat consumption canstill impact your total carbon emission, so for every week, make at least 3 to 5 meals meat-less. Ecological footprint If everyone lived like me, we'd needabout 7 Planet Earths to provideenough resources Food 33% Services 29% Mobility 13% Goods 7% Shelter 19% Way to reduce -Close your exterior doors andwindows tightly when the ACis on. Save even more by turningoff kitchen and bath exhaust fans. -Unplug battery chargers when thebatteries are fully charged or the chargers are not in use. Many chargers draw power continuously, even when the device is not plugged into the charger. -Wash full loads of clothes when possible. When smaller loads are necessary, use less water.
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