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How can we stop Global Warming?

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How can we stop Global Warming?

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The energy we use at home accounts for about a fifth of U.S. global warming pollution. That means making smart choices at home matters. Heating and cooling This is a top home energy user, with the average household producing about four tons of heat-trapping pollution a year. It is heavily influenced by weather. For example, a relatively cold 1996 led to an increase in heat-trapping emissions compared to the previous year. But the next year, a warmer winter helped emissions dip bit. Warmer summers increase greenhouse gas pollution, too, from heavy air conditioning use. Despite the relative warm or coolness of the season, the U.S. emits a harmful amount of global warming pollution. Even as the weather varies, your choices can help spew less global warming pollution. – In summer, keep shades drawn to keep the cool in. – In winter, open shades to let the sunlight to help warm rooms. – In winter, keep your thermostat cooler at night or when the house is empty. – Install a programmable therm

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The energy we use at home accounts for about a fifth of U.S. global warming pollution. That means making smart choices at home matters. Heating and cooling This is a top home energy user, with the average household producing about four tons of heat-trapping pollution a year. It is heavily influenced by weather. For example, a relatively cold 1996 led to an increase in heat-trapping emissions compared to the previous year. But the next year, a warmer winter helped emissions dip bit. Warmer summers increase greenhouse gas pollution, too, from heavy air conditioning use. Despite the relative warm or coolness of the season, the U.S. emits a harmful amount of global warming pollution. Even as the weather varies, your choices can help spew less global warming pollution. – In summer, keep shades drawn to keep the cool in. – In winter, open shades to let the sunlight to help warm rooms. – In winter, keep your thermostat cooler at night or when the house is empty.

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