End of semestre , end of second quarter, end of school year - doesn't matter if you are a student or if you are sitting in a cubicle somewhere, this is on your mind, for sure :)
It may be the middle of the year, but you can get a fresh start - and to help you with that, our super cool designer Ayesha created these "must have" wallpapers / calendars. Just pick your resolution and you are set for the 12 months of low carbon life :)
If you are off on a holiday in July be sure to choose the train over a plane - landscapes are lovely wherever you go, plus you can chat with your friends, catch up on your reading, or just chill with your iPod.
August is the perfect time to show off that fab tan - get on your bicycle, forget the car, and just enjoy the summer breeze!
September, and we are back home - getting ready for school or for the office. Make sure to declutter your room or flat, and recycle what you can!
In October, make sure you are unplugging appliencies you are not using - save energy.
In November days are getting shorter and we turn on the lights earlier than during summer months. It's time to get energy efficient light bulbs.
Before you get into a Christmas frenzy make sure your home is well insulated - there is still time to do it!
January - great for enjoying the crisp snow! If you are getting a hot drink on the go, take your thermos with you, and don't use paper cups.
February - Pancake Day, Mardi Gras - whatever you call it, as you do the shopping for the big fete, take your cottong tote with you, and forget plastic or paper bags.
Welcome the spring in March by reducing your printing. You don't really need to print this blog post, do you?
Enjoy the wind in April and the sun in May, and find out if there are any ways you can use renewable energy at home, work or school.
Can't do it without a car? If you must drive, carpool! It's so much fun!
Let's have another 10:10 year! How much carbon will you cut in the next 12 months?
(PS If you need those wallpapers for Apple computers, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll sort you out).