Yeah. Also try to have as low as possible carbon footprint.

I avoid overly-processed foods, LED lighting for my home, don't run heaters (Winter in Australia isn't to bad anyway.), don't run the clothes dryer unless it's raining and I urgently need dry clothes... Walk, jog, use the bicycle as much as possible rather than use transport.

Plus it's generally healthier living anyway.

Being carbon neutral though isn't about eliminating *everything* that adds carbon into the environment. - It's about only adding carbon into the environment at the same rate that gets taken out by natural or unnatural processes.

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