5 Ways To Cut Carbon Emissions And Slow Climate Change At Home : Short Wave Feeling green? If you'd like to do something to slow down climate change, even if it's just a small thing, you can get started in your own apartment or house. With the help of our friends over at Life Kit, NPR correspondent Dan Charles shares five ways to cut carbon emissions in your own home.

This episode was adapted from an earlier Life Kit. To hear the full version, check out npr.org/lifekit.
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5 Ways To Cut Carbon Emissions At Home

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5 Ways To Cut Carbon Emissions At Home

5 Ways To Cut Carbon Emissions At Home

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This Brooklyn building is going green--Dan Charles has tips on how to make one's home more environmentally friendly. Dan Charles hide caption

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This Brooklyn building is going green--Dan Charles has tips on how to make one's home more environmentally friendly.

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Feeling green? If you'd like to do something to slow down climate change, even if it's just a small thing, you can get started in your own apartment or house. With the help of our friends over at Life Kit, NPR correspondent Dan Charles shares five ways to cut carbon emissions in your own home.

This episode was adapted from an earlier Life Kit. To hear the full version, check out npr.org/lifekit.

This episode was adapted for Short Wave by Brit Hanson, and fact-checked by Rasha Aridi. Megan Keane and Gisele Grayson were the editors, and Joshua Newell was the audio engineer.