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Mr GreenBeard blogs...

...about his efforts to live a low carbon life and achieve financial indendence from work. Check out his latest posts.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to help you be wealthier and tackle climate change.

How does taking action on Climate Change save you cash?

The things we spend a lot of our money on every day – things like fuel, travel and food – are also the biggest causes of climate change (global warming). But by cutting out waste and making better choices, it’s easy to slash your living costs and carbon footprint at the same time.

A three tonne footprint is the goal

If we want to have a decent chance of avoiding the worst effects of climate change then we all need to have a three tonne carbon footprint by 2030. This requires lifestyle changes for most of us, but these are beneficial in many ways - especially financially.

See how close you are to a three tonne footprint - and how much you can save.

Why do this?

Maybe you are skint or in debt. You might want to work less, or retire earlier. The money you save can get your debt free, and increase your financial independence. At the same time you can bask in the glory of doing something really positive to tackle the climate and environmental crisis we are facing. Find out how it works.

Get Free apps and support

It can be tricky to know where to start - but LiveLight can help, with free apps, advice and deals on the good stuff to help you fight climate change AND save a tonne of cash.

Check out the latest LiveLight recommended actions to fight climate change and improve your finances.

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Meet LiveLight founder – Mr GreenBeard

Hi, I'm Mr GreenBeard. I saved over £90,000 in just six years of low carbon living - on a fairly average income. This has led to all sorts of good things in my life. My carbon footprint is a now less than half of the UK national average - although I've broken most of the rules in the 'Green' handbook along the way. My goals now are to become financially independent of the need to work and get a two tonne carbon footprint . Through LiveLight, I'm sharing all the good stuff I use to cut my living costs and carbon footprint.

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