With a little help from the Carbon Cops and some simple lifestyle changes, the Barrie family reduced their carbon emissions from 62 tonnes to 36 tonnes with an annual saving on their bills of $7000. Get all the details on this amazing reduction in the Barrie family fact sheet.
By changing their energy consumption habits and making some structural changes to their family home, the McSweeney-Glenwrights reduced their carbon emissions from 48 tonnes to 17 tonnes per annum with an annual saving on their bills of $7600. You' ll get all the guidance you need to make similar modifications to your home and lifestyle, in the McSweeny-Glenwrights fact sheet.
This household started with 19 tonnes of emission and cut that to just 9 tonnes. They cut their emissions from cars by 30%, electricity by 49% and gas by 70% for an annual saving of $1000. Find out how to save on your energy bills with cheap and removable options in our Renters fact sheet.
Through behaviour change alone, this extended family reduced their carbon emissions from 95 tonnes to 44 tonnes per year with an annual saving of $10,000. Get this household' s energy saving tips in the Bettenany family fact sheet.
This family beat a serious gadget addiction to reduce their carbon emissions from 72 tonnes to 18 tonnes per year with an annual saving on their bills of $10,000. All the details can be found in the Lanes fact sheet.
This family radically reduced their carbon emissions from petrol from 16 tonnes to 5 tonnes per year. They cut their total energy use by 57% for an annual saving of $5,600. Find out how in the McKinney family fact sheet.