Treehugger points us to the a study in Australia that suggests that the environmental impact of shopping far outweighs any efforts to save water and power in the home.... of consumption we make, we are responsible for 720 grams of greenhouse gas emissions and 28 liters of water.

Treehugger points us to a study in Australia that suggests that the environmental impact of shopping far outweighs any efforts to save water and power in the home. For every additional dollar (Aus?) of consumption we make, we are responsible for 720 grams of greenhouse gas emissions and 28 liters of water.

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