Roseanne Nabhan

Climate Action NWI

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Roseanne's Actions

Electricity Generation

Choose Renewable Energy or Purchase Renewable Energy Credits

Onshore Wind Turbines, Utility-Scale Solar Photovoltaics

I will sign up for my utility company's clean/renewable energy option. If my utility does not offer one, I will purchase Renewable Energy Credits to match my usage.

One-Time Action


Smaller Portions

Reduced Food Waste

I will use smaller plates and/or serve smaller portions when dishing out food.



  • Roseanne Nabhan 10/28/2019 4:11 PM
    I’m composting a bit more as some of my organic produce was old. Still used, worms need it too!

  • Roseanne Nabhan 10/26/2019 10:36 AM
    We forwarded on excess vegetables to a family member who will use them. (I missed my imperfect produce deadline to customize my box). is well worth it, as they save imperfect looking produce from landfills and sell organics etc. at a reduced price, delivered directly to my door! So easy to set up online.

    • Kathy Sipple 10/26/2019 11:23 AM
      Funny, I missed my customization window on Imperfect this time too. For the first time. I still am enjoying it and it certainly is convenient too.

  • Roseanne Nabhan 10/24/2019 11:05 AM
    Well...I’m attempting to give a friend, who owns chickens, some egg cartons, which I’m thinking will reduce food packaging waste? 

    • Kathy Sipple 10/24/2019 11:29 AM
      Great! I just noticed today that if one of the challenges doesn't quite fit what you're doing you can actually design a custom solution. Haven't tried that yet. 

      If your friend doesn't need them I know Three Guys & Some Chicks (Valparaiso local farmer/egg seller) is in need.

  • Roseanne Nabhan 10/23/2019 5:46 AM
    I bought $72 worth of food and products that were destined for a landfill, and given free things on top of that! What I don’t use will go to local food pantry.

    • Kathy Sipple 10/23/2019 6:22 AM
      I love the Hope Center (and the salvage grocery concept, in general.) 

      For anyone reading your post who doesn't know about it, I'm including a link to their website: as well as the Facebook groups formed for both the Grovertown (Indiana) and Joliet (Illinois) locations. Members of the Facebook groups post when there are particularly good deals, sometimes arrange to purchase on behalf of another member or carpool together. 

      The first time I went there I spent $100 and got $500 worth of food. That was in April of 2017. I imagine I've probably saved well over $10k on groceries in the past 2.5 years of shopping there. I love saving $green while doing something good for the planet!