Choices sorted by savings/cost descending [sort ascending]

H = high, M = medium, L = low

1Hsavings Practice frugality in all matters of purchasing
2Hsavings Question every claim and every norm of the currently prevailing system of destructive consumption
3Hsavings Change your attitude about what you "need"
4Hsavings Support the economy of the non-material
5Hsavings Buy experiences instead of products
6Hsavings Reduce your consumption in general
7Hsavings Don't make overpopulation worse
8Msavings Never buy bottled water
9Msavings Buy used books
10Msavings Shop for clothing at thrift stores
11Msavings Sell or give away anything you don't actually need
12Msavings Waste no food
13Msavings Adopt low-tech when it helps sustainability
14Msavings Use a programmable thermostat
15Msavings Record the electrical use of every device in your home
16Msavings Give experiences and love for the holidays instead of products
17Msavings Get your electricity from a solar farm
18Msavings Substitute closer more satisfying vacations for distant exotic vacations
19Msavings Reduce your use of fossil fuels in every way
20Msavings Cook at home more
21Msavings Install a greywater system
22Msavings Change your attitude about what constitutes "progress"
23Msavings Buy for durability
24Msavings Participate in "buy nothing" groups
25Msavings Shop for furniture at thrift stores
26Msavings Grow plants from seeds instead of buying them in plastic pots
27Msavings Use artificial intelligence to help you stop wasting food
28Msavings Live with others and share resources
29Lsavings Use dental floss refills to reduce your use of plastic
30Lsavings Keep your car tires inflated to the proper pressure
31Lsavings Eat less pork
32Lsavings Make your own delicious soup from your own soup stock
33Lsavings If you give products as gifts for the holidays, use minimal packaging
34Lsavings Install solar water heating at your home
35Lsavings Reduce your use of plastic by making your own carbonated drinks
36Lsavings Eat less beef
37Lsavings Install solar power at your home
38Lsavings Switch to green banking services
39Lsavings Learn to love all forms of non-fossil-fuel transportation
40Lsavings Grow some sprouts
41Lsavings Make your own ricotta, sour cream and other cheeses
42Lsavings Make your own nut milks
43Lsavings Use a stainless steel canteen for water on the go
44Lsavings Calculate your carbon footprint
45Lsavings Use a heat pump for both heating and air conditioning
46Lsavings Use an induction stove
47Lsavings Become creative and flexible in your cooking
48Lsavings Eliminate vampire power at home and at work
49Lsavings Don't use wasteful K-cup coffee makers
50Lsavings Drink tap water or filtered tap water
51Lsavings Grow some fruit
52Lsavings Stop eating pork
53Lsavings Replace all or part of your lawn with a pollinator meadow
54Lsavings Stop eating beef
55Lsavings If you prefer to use a power lawn mower, choose an electric model
56Lsavings Compost everything you can
57Lsavings Cook with an air fryer instead of less efficient means
58Lsavings Use a bidet
59Lsavings Use rain barrels for water conservation
60Lsavings Drive an electric car
61Lsavings Use your local libraries
62Lsavings Adopt natural forms of mosquito abatement
63Lsavings Use a manual lawn mower
64Lsavings Make good use of chicken and turkey carcasses by turning them into soup
65Lsavings Use simple non-harmful cleaners to clean your toilets
66Lsavings Use less water
67Lsavings Cook with an InstantPot instead of less efficient means
68Lsavings Make your own yogurt in an InstantPot
69Lsavings Make good use of grass clippings from lawn mowing
70Lsavings Chew your food thoroughly
71Lsavings Become a walker
72Lsavings Reduce your driving
73Lsavings Take up solar cooking
74Lsavings Grow some vegetables
75Nneutral Install insulation in your home
76Nneutral Reject the temptation to take "souvenirs" from nature
77Nneutral Provide habitat for wildlife and insects
78Nneutral Reduce your use of plastic with a permanent toothbrush
79Nneutral Read and study sustainability and clean energy news sources
80Nneutral Eat less sugar
81Nneutral Use a corded electric leaf blower
82Nneutral Get exercise picking up litter
83Nneutral Become a litter picker upper
84Nneutral Learn about organic gardening
85Nneutral Prefer minimal recyclable packaging for all products
86Nneutral Chop up leaves with a lawn mower for compost
87Nneutral Share your knowledge of sustainable practices and products
88Nneutral Use drying racks instead of gas or electric dryers
89Nneutral Use laundry sheets instead of liquid detergent in plastic
90Nneutral Support local farmers' markets
91Nneutral Research innovative sustainable products in development and give them early support
92Nneutral Take a train vacation
93Nneutral Use public transportation
94Nneutral Refuse plastic straws
95Nneutral Choose hobbies that help sustainability
96Nneutral Remove non-native plants on your property
97Nneutral Study nature more and pay less attention to the works and doings of humanity
98Nneutral Mulch or compost organic matter on your property instead of sending it to the landfill
99Nneutral If you drive a gas-powered car, get regular tuneups
100Nneutral Learn to appreciate the intangible and all its value
101Nneutral Prefer glass bottles over plastic
102Nneutral Get an energy audit for your dwelling
103Nneutral Learn about all-season gardening
104Nneutral Keep dead trees for use by birds, small mammals, insects
105Nneutral Learn about your local plants, animals and insects
106Nneutral Buy natural cleaners
107Nneutral Learn about natural cleaners
108Nneutral Stop using synthetic cleaners
109Nneutral Take the train instead of the plane for mid-range trips
110Nneutral Learn more about the non-recyclability of plastic
111Nneutral Prefer groceries and products in minimal packaging and in paper instead of plastic
112Nneutral Learn about LEED certification for your place of employment
113Nneutral Talk with others about issues of sustainability
114Nneutral Grow herbs
115Nneutral Write to your representatives
116Nneutral Read aloud the ingredients in your "food"
117Nneutral Learn about soil biology and soil health
118Nneutral Learn about your local ecosystems
119Nneutral Learn more about nature in general
120Nneutral Take a sailing vacation
121Nneutral Stop using pesticides and other poisons
122Nneutral Accept that there is no "planet B"
123Nneutral Promote healthy soil
124Nneutral Use a bicycle
125Nneutral Learn how to best manage interactions with wildlife
126Nneutral Read aloud the ingredients in your personal care products
127Nneutral Learn about green building materials
128Nneutral Stop buying synthetic "food" that damages your health and is manufactured in damaging ways
129Nneutral Stop using synthetic fertilizers
130Nneutral Consider carbon offsets
131Lcost Use a glass water filter with no-waste carbon filters
132Lcost Eat more vegetables
133Lcost Reduce your purchase of clothing that sheds microfibers
134Lcost Adopt natural forms of tick abatement
135Lcost Eat more fruit
136Lcost Become a locavore or partial locavore
137Lcost Install low-flow showerheads
138Lcost Swap in low-flow toilets
139Lcost Get your tap water tested
140Lcost Keep durable metal eating utensils in your car and refuse plastic utensils
141Lcost Reduce your use of plastic with refillable deodorant
142Lcost Use reusable produce bags
143Lcost Plant native plants on your property
144Lcost Buy an insect house
145Lcost Use a shampoo bar instead of liquid shampoo in plastic
146Lcost Use tooth brushing tablets in minimal packaging instead of toothpaste in a plastic tube
147Lcost Keep stainless steel food leftover containers in your car and bring them into the restaurant
148Mcost Buy organic food
149Mcost Get your property certified as wildlife habitat
150Mcost Reduce your use of plastic