You've changed all your filament light bulbs to low-energy ones, you've got a brick in your loo and you never leave appliances on standby. So what's next?
How about switching your energy supplier to a green provider? It's easier than you think and might even save you money.
You can compare all the different energy suppliers at www.uswitch.com Get recent electricity and gas bills, because you will be asked for your postcode, your current suppliers and typical usage, and some details such as the number of bedrooms in your house, and how well insulated it is etc. Then you can ask for either the cheapest or the greenest electricity tariffs.
The site will tell you what you would pay with the new supplier, and how well they tare for customer satisfaction. You can even change online, although you will probably be sent a form by your old supplier confirming that you want to change. I even think you have a cooling-off period of about a month when you can change back easily, but I'll have to ask my personal domestic energy expert to confirm that one.
So how about it? Will you switch to a green energy tariff?