What can you do?

Buy local produce: The Choose Long Island campaign makes it easy to begin to integrate fresh and local food items into your diet.  Importing foods from Latin America and California is a source of greenhouse gas emissions  Take the pledge 


Compost:  Each year billions of pounds of food are wasted in the United States.   Composting is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. Food scraps in landfills produce methane which is a 25% more potent greenhouse gas than CO2 https://www.epa.gov/recycle/composting-home


Install Solar: here’s why:

“Solar power offers homeowners and renters many benefits, including:”

  • Saving money through reduced electricity bills
  • Accessing federal, State, and local tax credits for eligible solar projects
  • Creating stability during periods of electric rate changes
  • Contributing to a cleaner and healthier community by reducing your carbon footprint


Drive an EV:  here’s why:

“Electric vehicles (EVs) save money and reduce air pollution. Compared to gasoline-powered cars, EVs are more energy efficient and cost about 50 to 70% less to operate per mile. Because New York’s electricity includes clean sources, EVs reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollutants that cause smog and acid rain. “


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Reduce energy consumption: Through PSEGLI you can get a free energy audit and learn new ways to save on your electric bills and reduce your carbon footprint.