On their site they host a series of conservation tips that are good for both the environment and your wallet.
The money saving tips from the WWF include:
Screensavers don’t use less energy. “Sleep mode” reduces a computer’s energy consumption by 60 to 70%. At the end of the day, power it off completely.
The refrigerator is the single biggest energy-consuming kitchen appliance. Opening the door accounts for between $30 and $60 of a typical family’s electricity bill each year.
U.S. consumers spend up to 10,000 times more per gallon for bottled water than for tap water.
Energy saving tips included:
Using cold water can save up to 80% of the energy required to wash clothes.
Use a microwave instead of the stove to save energy. Microwave ovens use around 50% less energy than conventional ovens do.
The average U.S. office worker goes through 10,000 sheets of copy paper per year. Print on both sides and in draft mode whenever feasible.
These are only a handful of the very helpful and energy efficient tips hosted on this important site. Be sure to visit WWF to read many more wonderful ideas.