Earth Day is one day a year, but there’s a lot you can do in the next few minutes – and every day – to cut energy use while greening the Earth and putting money back into your pocket. Noah Horowitz writes on Switchboard, the National Resources Defense Council staff blog. to offer some simple tips are easy to do and involve no compromise. He offers six tips and no-cost things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint and cut global warming pollution. After all, 40 percent of all carbon emissions comes from the power plants that make our gadgets run.To see his suggestions, CLICK HERE.