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The environmental impact isn’t always our first thought when we plan our daily activities. That’s why we’re introducing a new series of infographics, “This vs. That: Which has the smallest carbon footprint?” We’ll take a look at the different ways everyday activities impact our carbon emissions--even things like watching the Olympics.

 

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Paper vs. Digital: Which organizer will keep you on schedule with the lowest carbon footprint?
If you are resolving to keep your schedule organized this year have you considered which method is the greenest? Check out our Paper vs Digital Infographic to learn which one has the lowest carbon footprint.   
Jan 26, 2015 1:35 PM ET
Real vs. Fake: The Great Christmas Tree Debate
Are they real or fake? Most of us who celebrate the holidays with a Christmas tree have an opinion about which type of tree is better, so we decided to take a look at the climate impact of each to see if that should make a difference in your decision. The winner? It depends on how long you keep your artificial tree...
Dec 16, 2014 8:20 AM ET
This or That: Chocolate vs. Pumpkin Seeds
Halloween is becoming one of the biggest holidays with consumers spending close to $7.4 billion this year. Finding the perfect costume and eating delicious Halloween candy usually takes priority. Halloween can also encourage poor nutritional choices and generate a lot of waste. We took a look at two Halloween snack options and we found out that the healthier...
Oct 31, 2014 8:10 AM ET
This vs. That: What’s the Best Way to Care for Your Lawn?
It has been a very long winter for pretty much everyone (not you California!), but soon it will be gardening season. TerraPass teamed-up with MOM's Organic Market to bring you some tips to keep your lawn "green."   About TerraPass TerraPass’ projects...
Mar 25, 2014 7:30 PM ET
This vs. That: Is it better to stream a movie or have a DVD shipped to you?
The environmental impact isn’t always our first thought when we plan our daily activities. That’s why we’re introducing a new series of infographics, “This vs. That: Which has the smallest carbon footprint?” We’ll take a look at the different ways everyday activities impact our carbon emissions—even things like how you watch the movies you’re rooting...
Mar 2, 2014 8:00 AM ET

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