Myself and my fiancee spend a shitload of time doing "green" things. We recycle nearly everything we use, we hardly use our cars at all, we grow a fair bit of our own food and collect rainwater to use for it, I've fitted my home with a new heater and various other things to improve efficiency, my fiancee even makes our shopping bags out of old clothing. The list goes on. FOCUS: What do you do to be "green"? The purpose of this thread is to get some ideas out in the open and learn a few things in the process. Discussion on what actually works and what doesn't is welcome, but this shouldn't turn into a shouting match over the validity of the the green movement. I think we can all agree that using less is always a good thing, regardless of intention.