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Going green to reduce your carbon footprint doesn’t have to send you into debt. Although switching to green energy is usually better for your budget in the long run, upgrading to an energy efficient lifestyle can be expensive. Debt.com offers tips on how to go green without going into serious debt to do it. Build a better world and a brighter financial outlook with our help.

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5 Green Home Upgrades That Also Buy You a Tax Break

December 15, 2015 | Money Talks News

Adding these renewable-energy systems to your home can lower heating or cooling costs — and your tax bill.

You can grow your own food no matter where you live.

5 simple steps to growing your own food

May 1, 2014 | Angela Colley

You don’t have to possess a green thumb or spend hours getting dirt under your fingernails.

Let's compare and contrast the most green hotels in the country.

The 10 most popular green hotels

April 22, 2014 | Brandon Ballenger

They vary in widely in price, location, and area attractions, but they’re all among the most green hotels in the country.