It costs more to live green, or at least that's what a lot of people seem to think. The reality is that saving the planet and saving money are anything but mutually exclusive. Whether it's conserving energy and natural resources, recycling and reusing would-be throwaway items, or finding more eco-friendly and economical ways to perform everyday tasks, oftentimes living green means saving green — the green in your wallet, that is.
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