We will promise to always bike when we can, take our own bags when grocery shopping, use re-useable nappies at home, change our lightbulbs to more energy efficient ones, always turn the power off, get jerry to install solar panels, reduce red meat to once a fortnight.

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Dear Bonnie,

We will promise to always bike when we can, take our own bags when grocery shopping, use re-useable nappies at home, change our lightbulbs to more energy efficient ones, always turn the power off, get jerry to install solar panels, reduce red meat to once a fortnight.

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