You are here: Home Living Do 1 Thing to Save Energy at Home: Change a Light [Infographic] Do 1 Thing to Save Energy at Home: Change a Light [Infographic] by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg November 5, 2013, 11:02 am I often get asked “What’s the most important thing I can do to save the environment?” That’s a big question, no doubt, and one driven by other values and priorities. I often encourage people to think small, rather than large: little acts do add up over time, and they’re much easier to turn into habits. I’m guessing that’s the kind of thinking going on behind ENERGY STAR’s new “Do 1 Thing ENERGY STAR” campaign. Between now and the end of the year, the government agency will focus on the little things all of us can do to save energy and fight climate change. This week’s theme is lighting, and the campaign has created a range of good content to help you make the most efficient choices (while also making sure you can see well!). So, if you’re still trying to figure out the difference between CFLs, LEDs, and incandescent bulbs, and which will work best for your needs, check out: a Twitter party this afternoon at 2pm Eastern for sharing tips: #Do1ThingENERGYSTAR; a two-part podcast featuring experts from ENERGY STAR, the Home Depot, and NRDC; and the infographic that I’ve published below on efficient lighting choices. Yeah, light bulbs is one of those topics on which I get a lot of questions, too – no doubt many of you have ideas for cutting your energy use and spending on this necessity. If so, share them in the comments with us. Need to see a larger version of the graphic? Click on it… Photo credit: Adrian Nier via photopin cc See more Previous article DIY How-To: Grow Your Own Microgreens (a Book Review) Next article Chevy Builds a Zombie-busting Black Ops Pickup for SEMA 2013 2 Pings & Trackbacks Pingback:Green Lighting: 46 Upcycled Lamp/Light Projects | Sustainablog Pingback:Philips LED 75-Watt Equivalent & 100-Watt Equivalent Bulbs Now $10 & $15 | CleanTechnica Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Upload a photo / attachment to this comment (PNG, JPG, GIF - 6 MB Max File Size): (Allowed file types: jpg, gif, png, maximum file size: 6MB.